Originally released as a highly sought after limited white label, Leftroom now releases the immutable ‘Cultural Variance’ EP from DJ Bone, comprising two original choice cuts from the Detroit producer.
Eric Dulan aka DJ Bone’s production career dates back to the end of the 90s when he unveiled a consistent string of 12’’ releases via his own Subject Detroit imprint as well as working with Juan Atkins’ Metroplex. Recent times have seen DJ Bone collaborate with Deetron, join the Hessle Audio crew at fabric London and make regular appearances at the infamous Freerotation festival, here we see Dulan push on joining the Leftroom Records roster with a fresh two-track EP.
Kicking things off is title track ‘Cultural Variance’, a ten-minute progressively blooming composition led by direct 4/4 rhythms and meandering arepggio’s infused with a high energy, up-tempo feel creating a typically classy piece of work from DJ Bone. On the flip we have ‘Faze’ and this time Dulan takes on an understated dubbed-out approach laid out over its near eight-minute duration with a smooth, gradually unfolding feel.
Already heavily championed by Ben UFO, Laurent Garnier & Seth Troxler. This is a HUGE record!!
Published: 20th November 2014