This year marks a decade of collaboration between Nottingham's Chris Sylvester aka Inxec and LA's trio and Culprit's bosses - Droog. The fruitful creative relationship kicked off back in 2010, at the infamous afterhours den & studio space The Bunker, nestled at the foot of Hollywood Hills. The very first session produced much of what still remains this collaborations signature release the Westbound EP released on Crosstown Rebels. Stops on Get Physical, Last Night on Earth, Supernature, My Favorite Robot, No. 19 and others followed as the quartet convened and reconvened for intense exchange of ideas, usually in Los Angeles and always shoulder-to-shoulder.
Here arrives Inxec & Droog's second release on Culprit, on the heels of last years "Din." As per the established paradigm, it explores the emotive soundscapes of deeper strains of Techno and House. Minor key melodic hooks sit on top of deceptively simple but intricately detailed percussion, with warm electronic textures bubbling just under the surface.