With a few choice releases already under various different guises, in the form of Cloak & Dagger – The Boat and G-Thirteen – Pure Colombian, Kemper and Webdale are set to receive much deserved acclaim on the release of their latest EP.
1 “Talking to Myself” The title track on the Ep, a bass and bleeps house workout, which is taking no prisoners. The haunting vocal is twisted into a deep and bouncy groove that seems to draw the listener in. Imagine a perfect middle ground for those who like chunky house and breaks all thrown into a blender. The track builds steadily to form a dirty house groove with a firm nod to the Wild Pitch sound of DJ Pierre.
2, “I’m Alright” A Phat slab of dark and edgy techtonic beats and electro aimed squarely at the harder more experimental floors. Tinged with a hauntingly effected vocal, and an almost hypnotic feel, this is sure to work on more discerning dance floors.
3“Planes” A dirty slice of crunchy electro, laden with a dark, distorted, almost Talking Heads type vocal which drives the track and a hard edgy analogue bass line giving the listener some insight into the minds of the talented duo.
4 “Planes” (Cloaks Dub) A dubbed out and altogether more funky and percussive version of the main mix, with a driving bass line and a real 3am feeling, keeping the chunkiness of the original and stripping the vocals right back. Massive reaction from the floor guaranteed
The duo, have an impressive list of Dj appearances under their belts already and are ready to spread their eclectic ’’non genre specific” sound further afield, though their productions, citing anything and everything as their influences, their dj sets are as a must for those who like something different .
The Talking to Myself Ep out in October 2010 from the 25 Hour Convenience Store.