BORIS WERNER

BADABING BADABOUM

See Double

SD005

BORIS WERNER

BADABING BADABOUM

See Double

SD005

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ARTIST
BORIS WERNER
TITLE
BADABING BADABOUM
LABEL
See Double
CAT NO.
SD005
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    25/08/2017
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Deep House
FEATURING
Boris Werner
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Whats Up Yo (Skit)
  2. A2. Badabing Badaboum
  3. B1. You Snooze You Looze
  4. B2. Whooos In Control

SALES NOTES

See Double, the London based imprint headed by Luca Cazal and Brigante, returns for its fifth outing, a three track EP from Boris Werner titled ‘Badabing Badaboum’. A club-ready package and staple of Werner's recent sets, SD005 once again proves this Amsterdam local’s deep knowledge and understanding of how to move a dance floor.

Played by Seth Troxler and Richy Ahmed amongst others and tried and tested by both label boss Cazal and Werner on DC10’s terrace throughout this summer, title track ‘Badabing Badaboum’ is a bonafide club smasher. Leading the charge with a hypnotic bell riff alongside a chugging 4/4 pulse, Werner keeps a driving pace as sluggish and evolving low end theory enters the fray. A deftly constructed, energy filled arrangement progresses before indiscernible, tribal vocal chants take the fore, trading blows with a modulating acid bassline.

On the flip Werner delivers ‘You Snooze You Looze’, a tech-infused cut adorned with rolling subs, clinical percussion and a head-snapping rhythm. Phased synthesis and dissonant sample work pushes the track into uncharted trippy territory, as processed vox stabs and crisp hi-hat patterns maintain momentum, leading to a deeply musical breakdown that offers a truly dynamic shift in mood.

Closing the EP is ‘Whooos In Control’, a lesson in atmosphere and groove, which sees spaced-out synths interplay with automated stabs. Ethereal pads and warped fx float atop Werner’s swung drum programming creating that perfect roller for those early morning moments.

SD005 will be available soon in both digital and physical formats.

Published: 10th August 2017

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