Nebraska is someone who’s tracks we’ve been loving for a good few years now and finally managed to pin him down for a release here on Delusions Of Grandeur. The UK producer is something of an enigma, and despite some amazing releases on Rush Hour still remains resolutely underground and seems to keep his releases to a minimum, focusing on keeping the quality high rather than flooding the market with average material. Once again, he brings the real deal with three drum-heavy warehouse jams to nice-up the dancefloor.
Aw-right (Mute Version) sets the tone with a raw house groove that keeps things stripped to the bare minimum. A bouncing bassline and rattling percussion break help to define the track but it’s the dusty, dubby approach to the mix which really makes the track shine.
Next up we have Warp And Weft, a similar sounding track but by dropping the BPM’s Nebraska has created a sublime low-slung, bumpy groove to really move to.
Flipping over we’re treated to the brilliant Eighty Eights which will have you nodding your head like the Churchill’s dog before you can say ‘looped up piano and bass one bar groove repeated for over eight and a half minutes shouldn’t work should it?’
Published: 5th March 2015