DescriptionAfter a month of hard work, the next spell of releases are on their way here at Made Fresh Daily. MFD005 has been handed to UK based talent Chris:Q, with a couple releases under his belt, gigs-galore and a professional approach to music unmatched by most, he was the right choice and he has proven his worth on this release.
2 originals by Chris, 'Club Nightmare' & 'Straight Up No Lube'. first off, 'Club Nightmare', deep-house-come-acid vibes, coupled with some mad synths, a seriously thumping kick and hats that bounce around in every direction. Massive drop for the dancefloors too! 'Straight Up No Lube' may sound painful, but it's everything but that in the listening department. A much more 'raw' approach on this affair, maybe that is where the name came from? Crazy samples, signature hard hitting drums and bassline, heavy piano stabs on the drop, this one will test the crowd. Take care when playing this, its big!
wAFF joins us here at MFD remixing 'Straight Up No Lube'. wAFF has had arguably one of the most successfully journeys this year, and he continues his run of form on this one. As dark as you like, taking the original to deeper depths. Talking of depth, listen closely, the amount going on in this remix is unbelievable. Keep your ears peeled for the horn after the drop (as if you could miss it!), shivers!
Freeman & Farrely also joining us to remix 'Club Nightmare'. Catching the eye of legends like Steve Lawler & heros of the new-school like Darius Syrossian, we had no hesitation of letting them run wild with the original. Bringing their "Deep-Techno" sound, this one is a really party track, and after seeing Darius Syrossian supporting this, I can guarantee you that this one goes off on the dancefloor.
Brett Sinclair also remixed 'Club Nightmare' for us. This remix is another strong production to add to a growing catalog. Brett's feature on the EP has a real throwback acid style to it. Restructuring the leads and replacing the original bassline for a deeper sub bass to "warm the dance floor". In his own words his remix was a "more subtle approach" to Chris' driving original. So make sure you keep your eyes and ears peeled for a preview of Brett's remix on here soon!
This is Made Fresh Daily, and this is music for the clubs! Enjoy and get ready for the next few months with us, a lot more where this came from. Thanks for the support!