Claremont 56 offshoot Leng becomes the latest illustrious label to be graced by the considered production excellence of Portugal's finest, Tiago. And gosh darn it if the producer hasn't delivered his finest solo work to date in the sprawling gothic disco of "The Source". A guttural acid gurgle and steady percussive throb are the constants on a track that soars through a multiplicity of heavily delayed and truly spellbinding effects. It's the gloriously fuzzy organ refrain that takes over as the track approaches the run out groove that marks the ascension of "The Source" into must-have material. Adding a further gloss of greatness is the accompanying Slow Rave Mix from Claremont/Leng overseer Mudd which brilliantly swamps the acid undertones in a thick viscous bottom end, adding some weight to the bass and introducing a superbly wigged out electro synth line which gets increasingly jagged as the remix progresses.
Hannulelauri, Señorlobo (Lovemonk), Felix Dickinson, Coyote (is It Balearic? Recordings), MUSHROOMS PROJECT, Wes [Cutloose :: Manchester], Mike Burns, Toby Tobias, Lovefingers, Humberto Matias, Ronny & Renzo, Beatfanatic, Ramboiage, Juno Recommends Disco, I Love Disco!, Steve Lee, Seahorse & Castle, Trujillo, Mudd (Claremont 56)
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