HARDWAY BROS

THE LASER EP (INC. MAX PASK REMIX)

Throne Of Blood

TOB057

HARDWAY BROS

THE LASER EP (INC. MAX PASK REMIX)

Throne Of Blood

TOB057

TOB057 Digital Artwork
ARTIST
HARDWAY BROS
TITLE
THE LASER EP (INC. MAX PASK REMIX)
LABEL
Throne Of Blood
CAT NO.
TOB057
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    11/05/2018
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
Deep House Tech House Techno
FEATURING
Hardway Bros. Max Pask
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Friedman Feedback Loop Revision
  2. A2. The Laser
  3. B1. Friedman Feedback Loop Revision (Max Pask Remix)
  4. B2. Afro Sirene

SALES NOTES

Over the course of four unforgettable EPs released on Throne of Blood since 2013, Hardway Brother Sean Johnston has cultivated a broad international following for his singular brand of dancefloor fodder.

Best known as one half of legendary DJ team A Love From Outer Space alongside the one-and-only Andrew Weatherall, Johnston’s roots in the dance music scene include a clutch of leftfield 90’s era bangers on labels like Sabres of Paradise and Flashcomm. Beyond his original output, Johnston has also remixed the likes of Man Power, The Asphodells, Museum Of Love, Split Secs, Clandestino and many more.

The Laser EP is peaktime Hardway Bros business. “Friedman Feedback Loop Revision” (a nod to TOB boss James Friedman’s highly-valued opinions) is a masterclass in efficient simplicity, elevating a few basic loops into an exhilarating 8 minute monster. “The Laser” rounds out the a- side with a classic electro rhythm/bass/vocal sample combo could easily have landed in retro territory. Instead, Hardway Bros easily flips a clutch of oldschool tricks into an utterly modern execution. The b-side finds TOB’s label manager Max Pask injecting “Friedman Feedback Loop Revision” with his love for all things analog and Italo. With his impressive collection of synths brought to life by Chinatown Records’ Brennan Green, the song is transformed into an epic set- closer that’s already devasting dancefloors like Berlin’s Panorama Bar. The EP closes with “Afro Sirene,” a midtempo groover with melodic arpeggios built for the discerning DJ’s warm-up set.

Published: 12th April 2018

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