It's 3am; you're drenched in sweat, legs hurting and you're getting tired.Out of nowhere you hear these sickening piano stabs and your ears perk up, your eyes widen - then the kick comes in and you're ready to keep going for another 3 hours
Favorite track: Let Me (Rave Mix).
Asquith harks back to early UK rave, maximalism and deep, euphoric techno with the Let Me EP. Shiny gold pantone printed centres in a white paper inner with card sleeve. Heaving dance-floor destruction!
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Asquith returns with another hi-NRG club destroyer. 'Let Me' EP is Asquith’s fourth release - another example of serious tekkers from the northern powerhouse. Written whilst travelling on a plane, it’s a clear homage to early UK rave and euphoric dance. Higher Power has already exercised the shutter lifting rights in the mighty Panorama Bar, while Terror Barrier is a nod to Happy Birthday era Modeselektor with that thumpin' 909 drum. Hoofin' kick drums and melodic xtc for the mind, killers breaks and rave ready artwork - Let Me will take you on a trip, heading right under the M25.
released November 1, 2019
Production & arrangement by James Asquith
Design and artwork by cm-dp
Mastered by Beau at TenEightSeven
Pressed with vibes at MPO
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