‘The Untitled Satisfaction’ a hefty collection of forthright House and Electro forged with peak-time crowds in mind.
The instrumental mix of ‘Lights’ carries a tangible crunch at the outset as it builds towards a capacious detuned synth-line. More effective bass tones punch in alongside additive hats and claps in the closer of a functional set of club tools.
‘Move Me’ gambols in with infectious organ tones riding alongside a forceful spearing bass pattern. Hypnotic vocals are chopped and repeated building an energy that sits it comfortably on a brimful dancefloor.
‘Satisfaction’ keeps the pace up with panned hats and claps building towards another arresting bass-line. Vocal chops and palpable synth stabs climb together ahead of a roaring side-chained stomp.
The ‘Acid Dub Version’ of Move Me drives a muscular bass growl under delayed organ stabs as it moves through stuttered congas and palpable acid lines. Tension peaks with some warming synthesis at the apex of a hand-raising floor-filler.