With its ninth release Culprit revisits its most successful song to date and pays homage to its homebase of Hollywood
The remix package features Culprit fave Lee Curtiss, a debut for the emerging LA talent Clovis as well as two re-works from Matt Tolfrey & Chris Sylvester aka Inxec themselves.
Lee Curtiss has really come into his own over the last 18 months as a producer, honing a unique style that combines genuine emotive deepness with ballsy masculine percussion. Both are showcased on this remix...with lush pads, a cleverly humorous vocal (his own) and immaculately sound designed drums. Curtiss creates a general mood of sultriness.
In both Tolfrey + Inxec reworks the duo opts to cut, twist and distort the original vocal sample, while experimenting with different drum elements.
Clovis is an artist groomed within Culprit from the label's beginnings, and is now coming into his own with a debut remix for the label and original tracks to follow.
Lee Curtiss will return for a full EP on Culprit in November, which, in a fit of cheeky symmetry will feature Matt Tolfrey on vocals.