Stranger Danger is no stranger to San Franciscos underground house music scene. Since 1992 Dominic, a.k.a Stranger Danger has been involved in the underground music scene as a dancer, promoter, DJ, and more recently as a producer. Dominic has been making some noise latelysome very good noise, in fact, which has earned him releases on Blockhead, Cabbie Hat, Coyote Cuts, Primal Records, Frequency Spectrum, Bump Shop, Pin Up Recordings, and Bueno Booty. The quality deep and funky sounds coming from this fast-rising talent now also grace Tarantic Records catalog, and were thrilled to offer the Play Deep/Next Knock EP with remixes by BradElectro and label-head Amit Shoham.
First up is Play Deep, a bouncy groove layered with catchy vocal stabs and effects. Dominic recruited Yerba Buena Discos Homero Espinosa to mix down the track, and the result is an impeccably-produced funky tune. Next up is Next Knock, which keeps the funk going strong with a jazzy horn riff and a light-hearted spoken vocal. Amit Shoham reworks Next Knock using his trademark lively percussion grooves to build the energy, and BradElectro gives Next Knock a synth-driven makeover using electronic stabs and riffs as the primary elements. Fans of the Tarantic sound are certainly already familiar with Amit and Brads work, and are sure to appreciate Stranger Dangers grooves!