Slam and Rejected on Figure

25Aug09

Slam & Rejected

The 20th release of Len Faki’s Figure label is ready to hit the shelves in the form of a modern electronic powerhouse. Featuring two of the techno scene’s most respected production forces, Slam and Rejected provide the goods in this split artist double-header.

Figure 20 is truly set to rock! The fabled duo Slam, of Soma records fame, are a household name when it comes to forward thinking, emotional and cutting egde techno. Rocking clubs with their new wave of productions, and their fledgling Paragraph label, the pair look to freakier, darker corners of the dancefloor with their mighty ‘Dead Dog Bounce’. Words simply cannot describe the sheer unstoppable energy that flows from this monstrous work…!

Surging, hi-tech rhythms drive an intense building rollercoaster of a track that’s perfect for the biggest dancefloors. Pitching, climbing, hissing and rolling towards an almighty slab of bass, this is the sound of Slam at their most devastating!Of course the flip side is a rather special cut too, with Rejected taking the reins in the jacking, funk-fueled house bomb that is ‘Peanuts’.

Well known and loved for their solid state, uniquely flexible sound, and for the self titled label that houses most of their work, Rejected have now laid down one hot little number for Figure. Raw, Chicago-inspired grooves meet wild future-house in this succulent workout that will surely appeal to DJs across the board as its tracky, addictive groove and bouncing sub-sonic bassline makes its special mark.

A: Slam–Dead Dog Bounce
B: Rejected-Peanuts

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