Skip to content

Habituate

distinguishable dance music only!

I always smile when I see a release from No More Hits in the flood of e-mail notifications in my in-box. The label proprietor has a soft spot for those blissful nostalgic tunes and the artist on the twelfth installment starts things off on that exact note.

.

.

A1 is an edit of Patrice Rushen’s “Forget Me Nots,” a solid straight forward cut with some added FX.
“Forget Me Nuts” [not a typo!]

.

A2 gets interesting with “in the thick of it” style editing. This one builds around a sweet head jerking loop and keeps the energy moving with only quick reverse effects and EQ drops as breaks in the track.
“Carland”

.

B1 stands out by far, this one makes the 12″ worth it. This one feels like the electronic arrangements are twirling around you. Further into the track a one of a kind playful synth is introduced and it bubbles along side nicely with the tracks funky bass line.
“The Sun”

.

B2 is along the lines of the jazzy numbers Buzz Compass is known for. This one goes downtempo and really shines, perfect lounge music.
“Honesty”

.

Want more on No More Hits? Check an article featuring the last release [NMH 011] by Nicholas Iammatteo here.

Tags: ,