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  • Release Date 2009-11-30
  • Label Aus Music
  • Catalog AUS0924
A typically playful (yet devilishly hooky) MyMy bass line and drum program perfectly complement Emikas sumptuous vocal. A flash of whimsical guitar introduces the vocal fully as percussion is delicately layered and the groove is suitably enhanced before the final breakdown, which somehow evokes thoughts of the English countryside and a Morrecone western all at once. Only MyMy could pull off this palette so gracefully. Lights Go Down is an altogether more heads down affair with a hypnotic quality entirely suited to the peak time dancefloor. A pulsating bass riff intertwines with Emikas vocal to create a heady groove that continues to roll and evolve right up until...well...the lights go down....

Right from the Detroit esque opening chords of the Appleblim & Komonazmuk remix there is a feeling that something special is going to unfurl. Dark, trancy garage is how Laurie Appleblim describes it and who are we to disagree. Skippy, proto-garage drums and spine-tingling melodies ride-a-top of a rather rude west-country via Bootsy bassline . When the sub line drops at the final breakdown you WILL have a smile on your face. If you dont then there is something wrong with you frankly. For the second time this year Appleblim & Komon have nailed their remix for Aus. Big Ups! Continuing with the west country theme Bristol bred Sideshow gets his Space Echo out and goes to town. He draws out the dub of the original bassline and wraps everything in a cloak of dubbed out lushness, switching between half and full speed at will with the bass-line keeping things steady and correct. Do not be deceived, this has a deceptive punch on the dance floor.
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