Swedish fuzz-masters Dada Life have established a solid name for their signature style of distorted Electro gems. Following on from ‘Kick Out The Epic Motherfucker’, their lap from the world of instrumentals has proven a strong asset to their already illuminated name on the international scene. Jumping on the auto-tune bandwagon, their choice of vocal line is sure to cause a stir amid heyday fanatics of the sought-after duo, but the climax of this Electro Pop union is ultimately one of moderate thrills and fairly effective production values from the outset. Driving their familiar pitch evading leads across a canvas of sturdy beats and groaning bass, ‘Rolling Stones T-Shirt’ is something of a risky venture for the duo having solidified their names to a rather particular sound.
While the Cazzette remix was found getting released amid Dada Life’s Musical Freedom compilation last month, this newest Dada Life release sees the So Much Dada debut of fellow Dirty Dutch kingpin Chuckie. Running with the same sound that has characterized his more recent studio movements, Chuckie’s latest remix work rounds this package off with a somewhat unique take on the original, delivering a hard-hitting merge of distorted leads and grinding bass.
/Anton & Dan Carter