Sounds of a Parisian style are the flavour on this release from the duo known as Oddio Factory. If house music with a touch if the cinematic is your thing, then this one delivers in spades.
The Prophet boasts full on throbbing low-end action alongside some serious John Carpenter style Arp work and pads in the breakdown. Sci-fi house and disco with a stop off at Baldelli’s Cosmic Club is where it’s at.
U Slip is a more stripped back and sparse offering that keeps things cosmic but goes heavy on the hypnotic. Swinging drums, mutant synth stabs, analogue pads and twisted vocal samples take it early doors or late night.
Got Bolts (Keito Sano on the Shore Remix) goes right to the dance floor for a late night, hazy deep disco workout with a one note bass driving the sparkling percussion and synths. It’s a mix that cuts through genres from techno and house to Balearic and soulful.
The original Got Bolts is a heavier affair with broken house beats and a two note bass holding down the psychedelics delays and synths.
Sean Johnston: “Keita mix for the win!”
Dicky Trisco: “Feeling original of Got Blots here. Deadly!”
Anthony Mansfield – Sometimes yah gotta listen twice. GET SOME!
Bill Brewster: “Keito Sano mix is nice!”
Get Down Edits – Excellent stuff from Paper Recordings, ive been playing Paper Records since 96 & still feature stuff in my sets today.
Fingerman – The remix is right up my street :)
Thrillhammer: “That Got Bolts, Keita Sano remix, is really gorgeous!”