Rising stateside Electro asset Sam Worsley joins the ranks of Lazy Rich’s Big Fish Recordings with the boisterous club churner ‘Corridors’. Off the heels of remix duties for Mord Fustang and his own releases for Houserecordings, this blatant overindulgence of wobbling riffs and heavyset beats throughout plays perfectly into the hands of the elegant festival bombs that have become something of a calling card to the summer clubbing season thus far. Despite lacking a slight sense of originality within his tectonic builds and multifaceted melodic progressions, Worsley proves himself worthy of the new avenues that are opening to the young American and his rapidly developing sound.
Words by Dan Carter
In a world where cyberspace has been of crucial assistance to the unions of music producers across the globe, Amsterdam’s Wendel Kos and Salt Lake City-based Rokcity combine forces for a new release off of Lazy Rich’s Big Fish Recordings. Released as part of their four-track label debut EP titled “Crowd Surfer,” ‘Liquid Dancing’ may not showcase the same production dexterity as some of their more experienced peers but proves that there is yet talent to be found amidst the continued Dance music explosion. Teeming with anthemic chords and darkly warped lead play, the Netherlands-American duo can be found basking in a realm of unrestrained grit and unornamented energy for their arguably best work thus far.