Dutch masters of the bleep Bassjackers return to Doorn Records for their debut instalment for the imprint of Sander Van Doorn alongside Indonesia’s primary House export Angger Dimas. Already frequenting such esteemed imprints as Musical Freedom and Wall Recordings, this triple threat effort calls upon their respective studio dialects to forge an intense romp of dignified club fuel for the first-quarter of 2012. In their usual manner, Bassjacker’s influence can be easily identified within the piercing lead play that makes up the majority of its melodics. At its apex, however, the grinding chord play and mechanical precision of this impressive outing make for one of the years most interesting Electro outings so far. Still encompassing an impressive air of uplifting melodic vibes amid its drops, the assorted trio certainly do their six-handed studio endeavour some serious justice, setting the standard from here onwards to an all-time-high for a year that they will have little trouble conquering.
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Words by Dan Carter