Pick of the weekend: DYSART – WAITING EP (Intec Digital, ID183)
Darren Emerson was the first to discover the talent that is DYSART when he signed him to his label Detone, and after that it wasn’t long before Dense & Pika made him the main feature on their highly acclaimed Kneaded Pains imprint.
DYSART also featured on Intec in 2018 when he dropped the “Forza” EP which was a popular release leading to this highly anticipated follow up from the talented UK producer.
Along with Production and Djing, DYSART also founded and runs the London based Scrutton Street Studios which is used by many global artists ranging from Dave Seaman to label boss Jon Rundell plus many more
“Days Go By” opens the EP with a thundering kick drum and trippy vocal textures that drive the track forward with devastating force. Bursting forth are the explosive bass stabs and other dramatic sounds that add to the peak time energy of this cut.
“Deep Roll” keeps on the same dark vibe with a juddering low end and mechanical off-beat rhythm. Full of things that go bump in the night, there is an unnerving intensity that subdues only for the pads of the main break down and before hammering home with another percussive onslaught.
“Milk It” crackles with distortion and a muffled vocal that gives the track a distinct personality. Stripped back with minimal sounds, the track is anything but small with each of the parts having a monstrous presence in the unfolding carnage of this DJ weapon.
Tracklist: DYSART – WAITING EP (Intec Digital, ID183)
01. Days Go By
02. Deep Roll
03. Milk It
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