We are very excited to announce the release of our first EP! Please support us and pick this up on Beatport or at your favorite download store.
RIS001: DJ FAME vs ERIC SHARP “WIGGLE ROOM”
Ft Remixes by:
SANTIAGO & BUSHIDO, TRILLBASS, ANDREW PHELAN & GEORGE COCHRANE
DJ Support Highlights:
Drop The Lime, Donald Glaude, Onionz, Larry Tee, DJ Bam Bam, Charles Feelgood, Roy Davis Jr, Johnny Vicious, Cousin Cole, Subskrpt, Scotty Boy, White Girl Lust, Nacey
“Wiggle Room” is not only the first pounding release on the much anticipated Rock It Science Laboratories label, but also a wild audio entity that has a movement all it’s own.
DJ Fame and Eric Sharp have all thrusters going full throttle, turning out a twister of a track (think monster Slinky on Red Bull). Driving this speaker crunching tune is a bouncy bassline and drums that lead in to a surprising scene where bumble bee synths come swarming in. Three levels of bass gyrations float in and out of the track like a DNA molecule surrounded by intense wind sweeps shooting in at just the right build up times. Light, dark, funky, gritty…. this track has it all, moving from a dirty house groove to a wobbling triplet-style break and back. In short, 3 words: Big Room Sound.
Enlisted for a super hy-phy profile remix are two high honored cadets of the Chicago club sound, Santiago & Bushido. These guys take the original and shove it in their deep space mega filter, put a voodoo spell on it and wave there studio wands then pull it out of their magicians hat and send it to the dry cleaners. What’s the product? A clean cosmic rabbit track ready for universal club domination. Exciting breakdowns and rebuilds get the full filtering, along with S&B’s signature heavy hitting bass lines. This awesome remix is a no brainer – it can be dropped at any time in a set and work well to excite the dance floor. It’s a sure player for the world’s top jocks and bedroom djs alike.
This EP seems to have a theme of power teams and Andrew Phelan and George Cochrane make the list here as well with not 1 but 2 housey wigglers which give the audio connoisseur options within options. The Strip Mix is a straight up no frills charger while the Synth Mix is a journey through retro solos reminiscent of the “Member’s Only jacket” sound of the 80′s. Whatever your taste, either remix is grand.
Lastly but certainly not least, the TrillBass gang rounds out the EP taking us to the dark forest of Dubstep, winding us down creepy turns and shivering bass drops. Nothing short of Epic!