He begins with the pulsating, body-jacking throb of "Remodel", where throbbing synthesizer arpeggio lines, druggy riffs and spacey electronics catch the ear, before peppering a bustling, muscular house groove with chunky bass, creepy chords and meandering spoken word samples on peak-time workout "Sagan". This simultaneously deep and heavy number is accompanied by "Move Everybody", a cheeky, old school style affair that pits the shoulder-popping rhythmic swing of U. That said, closer "Ballash", a saunter into the kind of hazy, dub-driven deep house that was once the hallmark of Miguel Migs' productions for NRK, is also rather good. Alkalino EP 2. See all Label. The "Dub Mix" does exactly what it says on the cover, for those of you less keen on the vocals. There's little trace of his disco influence here as he presents four tracks that could have been made in the windy city in about Terra Firma. See all Release Date.
Need help? Add to Chart. Alkalino May Traxx Alkalino. See all Genre. See all Downloads. See all Label. New year resolutions Alkalino. There's much to admire on his latest three-tracker, starting with the moody late-night house flex of "Upside Down".
May Alkalino. That said, closer "Ballash", a saunter into the kind of hazy, dub-driven deep house that was once the hallmark of Miguel Migs' productions for NRK, is also rather good. Deep Freeze. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Long Train Coming. See all Release Date. Share this chart:. Add to Wishlist.
Dirty Rodriguez EP. Sending in deeper house vibes for this three-track release, there's a playful spirit to the dark side of this EP. From release: New Works Vol 1. Trax Vol 1. From release: Dark Room Scandal. The track's addictive power derives mainly from a bold, faintly foreboding bassline and intricately programmed drums, though the hazy male vocal samples employed throughout also plays a significant role. This time round, he's sidestepped the usual disco, Balearic, soul and funk influences in favour of two tracks that mine the dark, dub-informed worlds of post-punk and punk-funk. Something reminiscent of the early noughties electroclash scene can he heard on the frantic groove of "Latest Joint" followed by some dirty boogie-down bounce on the tough closer "Storm 2". Like the A-side, it's the kind of rolling, bass-heavy builder - with additional flashes of deep house wonkiness - that should keep dancefloors going in the wee small hours.