- Release Date 2011-08-01
- Label Tronic
- Catalog TR72
Human Interface continues the Brazilian producer/djs penchant for productions with a rousing dancefloor aesthetic. Just as his debut LP and LP remix album had done before Human Interface focuses on real, unashamed hooks as well as razor sharp grooves.
Lead track Human Interface is the antithesis to faceless drum workouts. A stabbing lead tears through the track wonderfully and energetically jabs the track towards an epic breakdown. Rolling bass and gently skipping drums make up the rest of the picture and, bar some wonderfully fluid effects, this track is a lesson in how to get the most out of a few superb ideas.
An alternate Club version of Human Interface occupies the b-side and takes things into slightly heavier territory. The drums are chunky and heavily swinging, the bass is pendulous and the chopped stabs are given a forceful metallic coating that means their less-frequent appearance is equally as effective as in the original.
The organ-led Nature of Time closes the EP with a bright, housey feel. Building from the shaker down, its an increasingly pacey but warm affair that balances brilliant percussive tweaks and bass with engaging toplines.