OUT NOW! Dudley Strangeways - Hold My String
Disport Records rolls past its 2nd birthday and brings you the 11th offering in the form of ‘Hold My String’ by ‘Back To The Futures’ very own Dudley Strangeways. Remixes come from Disport Records boss Marc Jay and Freq! main man Dave James.
Staying true to the basic principles of House and Techno and owning a sixth sense of what dancers will respond to, Dudley Strangeways has developed a classic sound without ever sounding dated as you will see here as the Original mix of ‘Hold My String’ comes with complimentary crisp, snappy beats and an atmospheric Synth lead entwined in and around a heavy infectious sub bass. This is Club land Sci Fi Style.
Marc Jay brings out a less stomping mix than the original and showers us with a relentless groove and an original full fat lead. Breaking in all the right places Marcs mix peaks and troughs but skips through what could be seen as the light relief in quite a tough and twisted release.
At the start of 2009 Dave James was featured as ‘One To Watch’ in iDJ Magazine being described as someone you will be hearing a lot more of very soon, and we agree as Dave calls a halt on things with his mix and diverts you down a seedy back street, through a side door and down into the depths of an afterhours party. Throbbing sub bass and a spacious format lock you down in that dark place we all know and love.
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