Premiere: Jay Tripwire & Alex Arnout – For Nathan [discotech]

Cementing themselves as a key player within the UK circuit and beyond, Midlands based discotech look to release the fifth slice of wax on their vinyl imprint. Heading up the release is golden era tech house tastemaker, Jay Tripwire with three original cuts, whilst Alex Arnout features with an unreal remix. The world of two legends meet as this one looks to quickly become an essential record for your bag this summer.

Kicking things off with a killer wonked out groove is “Jaybee Loves Old Shit”, a nostalgic nod to the early noughties, punchy drum patterns combining with a cruising bass line, perfect party starting sounds from one of the finest do it. “For Nathan” sees Tripwire assert his animated vibe once more, liquid-like emotions pouring out the seams but still maintaining a distinct drive.

As we hit the B side the title track begins to lean into more tripped out territory, sub heavy wobbling bass lines conversing with the crisp broken minimalistic drums. Intelligently arranged as each and every detail is placed intricately to create a hypnotic tension. Rounding off the EP is Alex Arnout’s remix of “The Omen”. Dropping it on its head as he crafts a more direct version of the track, utilising the transcending vocals and allowing them to converse with the elasticated groove.

Discotech continues on their upward trajectory with this versatile EP, simultaneously with their highly anticipated events going hand in hand with the extensive catalogue of the label, whether that be vinyl or their digital offshoot.

Supported by:
Ricardo Villalobos, Archie Hamilton, Marco Carola, Gene On Earth, Danny Tenaglia, Steve Lawler, Laidlaw, Annie Erez, Samuel Deep, David Gtronic, Clara Da Costa, Jane Fitz, Nima Gorji, Tania Vulcano and many more

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