5VTrack EP of Techno House & Tech House- Following their recent remix of KiNK's 'Perth' for Running Back, 17 Steps bosses Dusky present their first original productions of 2018 in the five-track Aset Forever EP.
Aset Forever is named in tribute to Jan Francis, a friend of Nick & Alfie who tragically lost his life late last year. Founder of the ATG graffiti crew and School Records (alongside Loefah) - Jan was responsible for Dusky's first London gigs both at ATG Warehouse parties and their Staunch residency at Corsica Studios.
Covering hard synth driven grooves, tranced-out Italo, proggy techno and blissed out breakbeat house, the five track EP keeps things strictly dancefloor focused - again showcasing the duo's unique ability to take a myriad of influences and wrestle them into new hybrids that sound their own.
Lead track 'Amongst The Gods' has been a standout across their sets this year. Taking shuffling breakbeat house rhythms, classic sunrise melodies and 90s rave vocals, it builds to an understated but infectious warehouse crescendo. The EP swiftly moves onto 'The Ace' - Striking at 130 BPM, 'The Ace' is a hard hitting surge of twisted sonics and clipped rave samples. A dark slab of warehouse tech, 'Staunch' follows, with rolling Reese basslines, 'ecstasy' samples and eerie sci-fi chords.
The second half of the EP sees Dusky take things deeper. 'Angles' is a blissed out wash of Detroit techno stabs and vintage house textures, before 'The Captain' rounds off the EP with punchy Italo basslines and icy synths.
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Previously existing as progressive / melodic house entity Solarity, Dusky are London based musicians Alfie Granger-Howell and Nick Harriman. As comfortable writing elegant orchestral pieces or stirring piano motifs as they are jackin' house and epic techno grooves, their diverse sounds are united by the duo's singular aim - to compose electronic music with depth, soul and originality. Read more on Last.fm
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