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Los Lopez is versatile Spanish duo Alvaro Cabana and Marcos In Dub and you may have noticed their monstrous remix of Catalepsia's previous release "Conducting The Band". So here they are with the dark and moist "Are you a lesbian ?" and don't be mislead by the playful title here, this is slow grinding techno like we like it at Days Of Being Wild.
Lead by a wobbly aggressive riff, the track develops into an underground dark monster built over a subby bass line and pervy voice. On remix duties we find an amazing collection of producers that are asking the question "are you a lesbian?" more or less politely/aggressively...
Firstly the wonderfull Mugwump (Kompakt, Coccon, R&S, Gigol etc... But do I really need to introduce them?) have graced us with a relentless slow burner remix like they really know how to do, mixing chopped dark vocals and 808 percussion over a vicious dirty electro bass. Repetitive and trippy.
Remix number 2 comes from 22 year old DC Salas. Belgium based, he is a busy young man: dj, producer and promoter, and with already a string of releases under his belt he's definitely one to watch. His remix slows the original tempo down, keeping the lights off though while bringing a nice cold touch with the addition of distant string pads... Lastly we find Monoblok & PSLKTR who are providing the last remix of the package.
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