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FORTHCOMING ITEM : Expected January 22nd 2015. Please click the 'EMAIL ME WHEN AVAILABLE' button to be notified when the item is in stock. Please remember that release dates are at the mercy of labels, distributors, and pressing plants and will change constantly.
After rockin’ floors with his debut EP “Feel That Beat” in April 2014 Pascal Hetzel now returns to our rough’n'raw underground sidekick UYX-Series with his new 12″ “Divisions", serving two variations on the main track plus a massive rework by the infamous pairing Tuff City Kids, a well-rounded package that will be a vital contribution to loads and loads of fully loaded club nights throughout the the next months. Entering technoid realms with the EP’s opener “Divisions (Downstairs)” Pascal Hetzel relies on a significant bassdrum punch and a simple but effective arrangement of dubbed out, subaquatic stabs to get crowds moving, adds up some some raw, unprocessed hi-hats, haunting sweeps, well-set filter movements and a great tribute to one of the classic oldskool rave masters - a high-octane tune for crowds already on fire. The following “Divisions (Upstairs)” keeps energy levels high as well, serving more punchy drums whilst focusing on a softened, more uplifting and positive feel when it comes to synth works and melody, bringing in a perfect p.a.r.t.y.-vibe for all those who love to balance on the thin line between TechHouse and classic stab-heavy House. There’s no doubt that Mr. Pascal Hetzel is fusing the best of both worlds in this tune. Flipping the wax we see the Tuff City Kids on remix duties. The collaborational studio force of Gerd Janson and Phillip Lauer is bowing down to the intensity of early hardcore days when they’re unleashing this jack-hammer of a rework - and it is a beast for sure. A serious amalgamation of a reverb-heavy foundation, oldskool sawtooth signals, dark and slightly filtered signature stabs and twisted breakbeat abuse is sending for horns, fog-mac
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