- Release Date 2011-07-14
- Label Balushi
- Catalog BALUSH003
nice groove wil try
i like let me be myself
Slam (Soma Records)
nice and moody - thanx
Turntablerocker (Four Music)
let me be myself is working! thanks!
Sasha Carassi (Drumcode)
Top Top!Will play the whole summer!
excellent club tunes.
Joseph Capriati (ANALYTICTRAIL,FRANKIE,CMYK,LOOSE,MINIBUS)
another great release from Pig & Dan. The Path is my favourite!
Tony Rohr (Clink, Weave) (John Selway & Tony Rohr/Tony Rohr)
Loving this.... Let Me Be Myself is sooooo stoney. Like I'm in a hazy dream of some sort and I don't wanna wake up. P&D very, very rarely disappoint and this is no exception.
Gel Abril (Be As One)
the path will be useful at the bigger floors for sure!
Damon Wild (Synewave)
The Path is the one for me. Great tune!
Patrick Lindsey (Funkwelle / Hideout)
great work guys! will play!
Bryan Zentz ( Plus 8 )
the path is dooope! funky. love it. thanks
Tom Hades (Rhythm Convert(ed))
liking The Path ! thanks ! :)
2000 And One (100% Pure, Intacto)
nice deep techno epic, full support
Arnaud Le Texier (Safari Electronique)
Let me be Myself is the one!
DJ Wehbba (Tronic)
Weird but interesting
track one for me. thanx.
Great two tracker from the guy's perfect for Space next week :)
Pig & Dan schaffen es immer wieder trancige Einflüsse in ein grundsolides technoides Grundgerüst zu packen. Hervorzuheben sei bei "Let me be myself" die schöne hookline.
Achtung, warning, Balushi is out with two new Techno bombs for the summer. On the A side let me be myself is a deep aquatic adventure with a huge basline chugging along. There are some deep dark underwater effects and vocal snippets which develop into a deep stabby groove that hypnotizes anyone listening to the track. There is then a break with a beautiful vocal derived from the snippets that refreshes the listener and takes them into another dimension before bringing them back into the heavy hipnotic groove.
On the AA side we have the path one hell of a tecno crossover designed to electrify and rock summer crowds all globally...With a funky meaty bassline that rolls on and perfectly complements both Rasta vocals and crazy electronic synths and squelches The Path is a fat groove to look out for on the hottest dancefloors...