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WYS010
ARTIST
JACOB HUSLEY
TITLE
I GOT SUNSHINE
LABEL
WYS! Recordings
CATALOGUE
WYS010
FORMAT
12"
DEALER PRICE
£3.90
RELEASE DATE
2011/11/28
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
OTHER ARTISTS
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DESCRIPTION

WetYourSelf! is back with WYS! 010: "I Got Sunshine". It's solo EP from Jacob Husley featuring 4 original tracks that showcases his very diverse sound. Enlisting the remix talents of Chloé, Sian, and Dexter Kane, “I Got Sunshine” is an eclectic EP that has something for every mood.

For the original Jacob delivers an upbeat performance which sees him confidently musing good vibes over a rolling analog bass line. An evolving synth line wavers to a climax, guaranteed to put a smile on even the hardest dancefloors to please.

Chloé's rendition steers us into wickedly eccentric detuned fm synth sounds with glimpses of post-punk influence, while Sian provides a rolling techno opus complete with driving bass lines, soaring synthetic atmospheres and powerful percussion.

New talent Dexter Kane steps it down a notch, providing an 808 driven introspective, obligatory 303 bass line and melancholic chords soaking the title into cosmic dub spaces.

First up out of the other originals from Jacob is Goldbears, which is centred around 303-inspired evolving bass lines that come to an eccentric climax ascending into all-out rubbery acid mayhem, devolving into a landscape of dub accented techno.

Sangue Bom ventures into the deeper side of Jacob Husley's sound. It's a peak hour track with a building melodic hook that is suddenly broken off and dropped into a deep and dubby groove.

Bolero (Vinyl Only) finishes off the Sunshine, delivering a slow and spacey dubstep track that goes between big dub reverbed keys into a cheeky hypnotic hook

Welcome to WYS010!

Published: November 17, 2011