Brussels-based duo return to Turbo backed by remixes from Warp legends The Black Dog.
Following on a massive year that saw them provide debut releases on new labels Valence and Exit Strategy, feature on Innervisions ‘Secret Weapons’ series, and remix electronic music pioneers The Black Dog and Black Devil Disco Club, it’s no wonder that the UK’s DJ Mag would pick them as ‘Ones To Watch In 2016’. Fresh off a January release on Get Physical, GoldFFinch’s Yoann and Giles turn in the aptly titled ‘Proliferation’ EP.
Highlighting the essence of their influences in jacking Chicago house, trippy Detroit techno, with a little bit of Sheffield bleep thrown in for good measure, ‘Proliferation’ is a versatile, understated club weapon, expertly building and releasing tension, raising energy levels without resorting to obvious rises or superfluous production tricks. ‘Shape’ adds the claps-on-kicks jack without losing the hypnotic vibe. ‘For Future Use’ nods to the chosen remixers, with synth lines that recall old-school Warp electronics.
The Black Dog bite back with two remixes, v.1 harder edged, with more stern techno edges while v.2 rounds things out with a housier sound and an epic, end-of-the-night feeling.