De La Swing has dropped his ‘Connected’ EP recently on Material with two original tracks and two remixes from Nathan Barato and Robert James.
The Madrid-native and Elrow resident De La Swing real name Domingo Bellot lands on Mihalis Safras’ Material Series this March with a quality EP that showcases the Spaniards talents perfectly. Following on from remixes and releases on labels like Red Lunar Records, Elrow Music and Baum Haus, De La Swing is ready to make 2017 if possible an even bigger year for the humble artist.
Opening with title-track ‘Connected’ the EP is off to a brisk start. Driven by rapid drums that have a wicked acid nuance, the track is full of the mischief De La Swing productions are noted for. Massive bass lines are joined by incoherent vocal stabs, vinyl scrapes and added bell rhythms to create a real party starter.
‘Bambooda’ has been flogged over the last few weeks by nearly every big dj on the planet. This peak time groove see’s fluid drum arrangements that carry plenty of tension joined by electrifying synth jolts and sweet bass rolls.
The remix of ‘Connected’ comes from Paradise resident Robert James who takes the track deeper with breathy synth chords, looping vocal stabs and low-slung bass lines. A definite old-school vibe to this one.
Canadian Nathan Barato and his remix of ‘Bambooda’ rounds things off. Taking things into jackin’ territory, Barato adds his own nuances to the mix, playing around with the vocal stabs, he adds an added swing, whilst powering on with a series of massive drops that will cause dance floor madness.
De La Swing’s ‘Connected’ EP is available now via Material here.