coming from swiss this little gem of a 7inch with random bit generator
and king drops
and its the first
release of this label called hula honeys
. the issue is the king of rock`n`roll
in quite different mashup variations, get your hips swing with it.
label info: the hula honeys are a bunch of kids located in the tidy heart of europe messing around with music, rather than drugs or large vehicles. the "dark blonde, died black ep" is the first vinyl release coming from the hula honeys HQ and was chosen to be the "record of the month" by alex dee's fakecore radioshow.
this 7" record features four of the kids from the hulaverse and is a set of emotionally loaded tracks going from 124 to 197 bpm. uplifting, kick ass country rave'n'bass with a slight 4 to the floor feeling. it's also a tribute to the one and only rave-master of all times: the guy who was born blonde, but died black.
on the a-side, random bit generator kicks off with "el barrio contra mi": a disco bomb, that will make anyone twist and shout. it brings together 50ies rock'n'roll with 70ies breaks and a bassdrum of 2020 - a tune designed to make its way straight into the heart of all generations. then, nikk!'s original jungletekkno "dreadnut cove" is built with a 4 to the floor kick, some breaks and a mesmerizing bassline that will take the kids on a journey as soon as it drops. on the flip, soult leaves his homelands of crackling noises and dissonant analogue synths and enters the dancefloor with a minimalistic electro dub track. fever spreads through a tweaking bassline, chords and space - and it's only held back by a pounding 808 kickdrum. finally, king drops gets into trouble with a hi flying vocal stomper. "skin, sin & salvation" has the energy of a volcano and the sex appeal of pamela anderson in her baywatch days.
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