Review: The Subliminal Kid – To The South

Label: Off-Key Industries
Catalog#: OKLTD 003

Tracklist:
A: To The South

B: To The South – Matt O’Brien Remix

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The Kid of Sweden delivers a limited 12″ with one of the heaviest tracks that passed along this year. The focus on the original is around a hard hitting, no frills but yet so funky groove combined with a swirling synthline that appears from now and then, getting transformed to various shapes – and then suddenly stops to make room for the heavyweight beat. Excellent work that surley will break your subs.

Matt O’Brien’s remix takes the track to a different level, with a dub vibe combined with static percussion and a different depth in the rhythm. Nautical spheres that gets entangled in The Subliminal Kid’s atmospheric melody, that also get’s a treatment from O’Brien who shuffles the notes around to create a different sound.

Absolute destroyer.

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1 Response to “Review: The Subliminal Kid – To The South”


  1. 1 b_c March 27, 2009 at 11:05

    nice one!!! thanks for the tip, what a mighty 12″! prefer the matt o’brien mix, seems like it’s predestinated for playing it out at berghain’s funktion one.


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