DescriptionFollowing on the critical success of the I Love Norway compilation, here's our third digital-only project: Dialect Intersection vol.2 !
Once again our aim is to show the different facets of our vision of the dancefloor. Ok, that might seem slightly pompous yet you're in for quite a ride, from the dark baelaric, cinematic quality of Tiger Stripes' Black Beach to the dancefloor deepness of Charles Webster's dub mix of Bag U Should…
The first unreleased track featured here - Condor - comes from one of Dialect's head honcho, Simon Says. Inspired by our mysterious friend Condor, the track fuses in a modern way many of the musical landscapes that have shaped our tastes: cold wave, Moroder, Garage Disco and Robert Owens' sensuality. Next up we have Quizz feat. Nigno's The Monster Is In Town. A cold, scary, yet funky urban soundtrack: the Minotaur is alive and well, claiming his flesh tribute in today's mass-consumption world.
Before he created his superb imprint Marketing, London-based Tim Paris remixed Simon Says feat Allonymous' Closer To The Red, delivering a superb electro odyssey, with plenty of breakbeaty bounces and Jackson overtones - Really Impressive.
From London we move on to Chicago. E-troneek Funk and Chris Carrier's Dark, Hot and Wet is an acidic workout of immense proportions, coupled with a dark vocal : this is boogie time stuff.
We're going back to London again - via Oslo this time - with Rob Mello's super sexy remix of Ost & Kjex's Milano Model : infectious !
The second unreleased track of the compilation comes courtesy of Lanoiraude. Arnaud -who just completed great remixes for Tubetracks and Aaron Carl's label- delivers a great house track:
tracky and rough in a Mood 2 Swing meets Gregory kinda way - and that's saying a lot.
Smart critic of TV culture, Gwen Maze's Scary TV is propelled by a phat electro groove leading to a killer break : guaranteed dancefloor reaction !
Finally the last unreleased track is Closer by Ludovic Vendi. Trippy and hypnotic deep house, this should find its way on many an after party dancefloor, and that's a compliment.