Bosstone, on his debut release unleashes 3 tough original’s. Elements of classic techno and house combine with marching percussion and his signature dense atmospheric sweeps, the result being both cinematic and very hype.
Kicking things off, the title tracks Jova features cascading, aggressive keys with sweeping synths that maintain relentless pressure. From there You switches things up considerably with spaced out RnB vocals and a haunting bell riff. The third original track, Carlton Banks quickly brings the energy back to peak time club vibes with heavy doses of bass and fragmented ragga shouts.
Melbourne duo 1 Fish, 2 Fish start the remixes off with their quirky yet deep re-rub of Jova. More versions of Jova follow with both Rampage & Nadar’s nod to the hardcore days of yesteryear and Sonido Rampage y Nadar’s super heavy cumbiaton remix. The package is rounded out with two versions of You, Mat Cant’s take featuring classic Chicago chord stabs and Chaos In The CBD’s deep house version, perfect for those epic late night DJ sets.
‘Jova’ officially launches digitally on June 28th, 2011 and will be available via I Tunes, Beatport, Turntablelab, Juno and Scattermusic’s own online store (which will launch late July!).
Plenty of support coming from Martelo, Roska, Malente, Crookers, Sampology, Jason Forrest, Moriarty, Neoteric, Willy Joy, DJ Krames and more.