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Off Week BCN V/A, Part 2


KLM041June 19, 2017
Off Week BCN V/A
  • Rood (Original Mix)

    Cozzy D

    6:18 / 127 BPM

  • Backbeat (Original Mix)

    David Glass, Kinnerman

    6:27 / 123 BPM

  • Bajato (Original Mix)

    Davina Moss

    6:31 / 123 BPM

  • Laterz (Original Mix)


    7:08 / 126 BPM

  • Bad Influences (Original Mix)

    Mirko Di Florio

    7:16 / 125 BPM

  • Psychonaut (Original Mix)


    6:43 / 124 BPM

  • Go Psycho (Original Mix)

    Pirate Copy

    7:11 / 125 BPM

  • Still On It (Original Mix)

    Vibe Killers

    6:55 / 125 BPM

Two of the most respected promoters and imprints in underground house, ElRow and Kaluki, join forces this June for a two part various artists release entitled Off Week BCN.

The release will be split across the two labels, the first one via Elrow and the second, Kaluki Musik. As highly esteemed global brands respectively Elrow and Kaluki have toured the globe with their events while the labels have played host to material from some of the contemporary scenes household names such as Bontan, Patrick Topping, Solardo and Max Chapman amongst many more.

Cozzy D opens the second part of the package with Rood and the Londoner lays down a heady drum workout, choppy bass samples and soaring vocals before David Glass & Kinnermans Backbeat tips things over to groove-led percussive realms. Davina Mosss Bajato then shifts focus over to a classic acid vibe with frenzied 303 licks and old school drums before Jacky brings his contemporary edge via bulbous sub, shuffled snare rolls, and pitched and processed vocal hits.

Mirko Di Florios Bad Influences steps up next with hip house vocals, swinging rhythms and a driving low end ahead of PAXs distorted drum grooves and heady repetitive vocal hooks. Kaluki founders Pirate Copy then turn in Go Psycho led by organic percussion and vacillating subs before Vibe Killers close with the moody minimalistic vibe of Still On It.

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