EP Supported By : Cristian Varela, Aka Carl, Luigi Madonna, Paco Osuna, Pascal Feos, Jerome Baker, Steel Grooves, ARMYSTRIAL, Joseph Capriati, Patrick DSP, Paula Cazenave, ATProject , Distek, Veztax, DJ Ogi, Nino Bua, Hristian Stojanowski, Dolby D, Rydel, Mark Greene, MAXX, Miquel, Paulo AV, A.P., KN (Japan), Louk, Noemi Black, GamuT, G8, Rick Dyno, Johan (DI Radio), Nick Shaq, Jon Connor,
The Brits and the Yanks met up in another collaboration of audio madness in the now already infamous Solid State. They Compounded their collaboration with a fresh iteration of clinically assorted sounds, ranging from drum roll layers, female reverbed leads and a breakdown swarming with filters, adding bizarre synth compounds on the table. This mixture is best consumed with plenty of water, early in the morning before sunrise.
On the flip side, the politically titled track JFK comes in rolling faster and to the point. Simple, yet effective drum pattern is underpinned with an offset bassline that attenuates the clapper, while the bullets erm sound effects fly in, all guns blazing. Within the SS usual deeper and darker atmosphere, this one is laced with plenty of drive and those trademark distorted stabs that traverse in the more progressive realms. Another floor filler from Carl & Rex, crossing the Atlantic from Solid beats to Subcult States.