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Harrison BDP follows up strong releases on Lost Palms, Piff and Music Is Love with a proper doozy for London's Phonica Records.
Gilded in a nightclub patina, the three track EP kicks off with "Life Unlimited" which, after a DJ friendly intro complete with bouncy kick-bass interplay, drops into a heady, chiming piano passage with jacking snare patterns and old skool bleep melodies.
"Fish In The Tank" takes a deep turn into thick, dubby house territory complete with elastic leads and ricocheting delays. It's not a million miles away from the eponymous Chain Reaction sound but is unique enough in its own right with a driving energy and intricate sound design.
Finally, flipping the script one more time, "It's All Good" sees a ridiculously infectious UKG hybrid pour outta the stacks. If that skitty beat and soulful vox weren't enough, BDP supplies a sub-woofer tickling bassline and staccato tuned vocal chops that's sure to send carnival crowds spiraling into oblivion when they hear this blasting out the main rig.
One of those rare EPs that ably shows off three completely different styles from one producer but with each one equal to the others in terms of quality. We heart Harrison BDP! Recommended.
A. Life Unlimited
B1. Fish In The Tank
B2. It’s All Good