Why Not EP – Elvis Cassetta

£11.00

A1: Down With Us
A2: Focals Finest
B1: Jupiter Groove (Original Mix)
B2: Jupiter Groove (Silat Beksi Remix)
SKU: WHYNOT001 Category:

Track listing

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Description

Supported by:
Kerri Chandler, Mountain People, ?me, Barac, Nu Zau, Swoy, Okain, Sakro, DJ Sprinkles, Paco Osuna

Zurich?s Elvis Cassetta delivers a dazzling four-track debut EP to his brand-new WhyNot imprint. Complete with a refined deep house sound, this is an expertly crafted body of silky smooth grooves to get floors shaking.

‘Down With Us’ instantly displays Cassetta?s effortless ability to create a hot house swing using just a handful of elements ? subtle groove, skittish percussion and a sultry vocal sample. The whole track is thrown out wide in the breakdown, but then as the bassline is brought back in, Cassetta draws it all back in close for an intimate dancefloor moment. Definitely one of those hands-in-the-air peak-time scenes.

Dreamy synth pads steadily build under a thunderous kick drum pattern on the EP?s second track, ‘Focals Finest’, which takes the tempo up a notch for a real sweat inducer.

Finally, it?s all about a raw bassline on the metallic and techy ‘Jupiter Groove’. Contorted slices of spoken word dip in and out throughout to create another level of leftfield, danceable percussion. While the low end is the main focus on the original, in Silat Beksi?s remix, we hear a brighter take on the deep groove. There?s a swirling sample, more prominent key stabs, eerie vocals and a teasing smattering of melody. Percussive elements are thrown from all angles, and they pulsate up into the rafters of the lofty house track, leading you further into a state of hypnosis.

Overall, these are house tracks made right ? a classy release fit for warming in crowds in style.