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Lost In Las Americas

  • Artists Woozee, InContext, Breaksense
  • Release Date 2009-12-30
  • Labels Velcro City Records
  • Catalog VCR062
  • Description Hot off of the heels of his first release with VCR, Breaksense is back with his signature liquid drum and bass sound. "Lost in las americas" intertwines an undeniably sexy brass band sound with this thick, synth laced, liquid D&B track, bringing a jazz influence to this original that is nearly impossible to resist.
    We are proud to offer Woozee's translation of "Lost in las americas" as his first remix with Velcro City Records. He wraps the signature brass from the original around a throatier rolling sub bass and a darker harder bridge that leaves you wanting you more.
    If you missed Breaksense's first release including "Everyday," here is your chance to jump back on the liquid drum and bass wagon. "Everyday" offers a smooth, melodic, emotional vocal track layered with everything that is liquid drum and bass. InContext comes back around two fold, to breathe a breath of fresh wobbly air into this track that we dare you not to groove too. Perfect syncopation and effortless stabs wander through this liquid D&B remix. Keeping just enough of the heavy to keep the dance floor moving but retaining the attention of the more mature listener grooving on the sidelines.
    As a special treat we were excited to include a b-side of Breaksense's "Back to Me" to round off this stellar release.
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