Deep Space Orchestra provide the meat with two quality deep cuts paired with two equally fine remixes courtesy of Toby Tobias (Rekids // Tracky Bottoms) and Riccio (Bosconi Records // Super Value)!
First of all we have The 10 4 Rule see DSO enter 90ʼs NY territory with a vibing garage bassline which feels authentically off-groove.
Here they build it up slow with soft looped samples and vocal snips before stripping it right back and releasing that pure bass groove, which this time, comes seasoned with plenty of laid back percussive snap!
The remix here comes from Tracky Bottoms label boss Toby Tobias who creates a massive acid house stomper! Toby gives us plenty of pump here and saturates it generously with big room reverb and delays!
Keshik, a leftfield dub geared out with soft rhythmic arpeggios floating aside a thick, warm and mysterious synth patch. The drums provide the low end bounce below, whilst classic snares and claps roll high up top.
In conclusion Riccio remixes here with a slight re-envision which changes the focus entirely. Fitting a driving bass groove and pumping up the kicks brings the subs to the front, whilst the soft arps of the original are re-fixed to bring much more tension to the foray.
released January 1, 2013
Written & Produced by Chris Barker, Simon Murray
Mastered by Lawrence Dunster at Curved Pusher, London