Digital Punk and Adaro – Whiplashed

On a dark laser night, a set was interrupted by a voice emerging from the very decks that they were playing on. The DJs, intimidated by its commands, started spinning at various speeds. Unsatisfied, the voice threatened them, and that seemed to be just the thing they needed to make things right.

No, this is not based on actual events. The aforementioned paragraph just seemed exactly like the story the track could be telling. I thought of beginning this review with very typical remarks, but felt that they won’t do justice to just how amazing the track was.

My amazement doesn’t just stop with the voice clips. The main attraction – the kicks, are absolute showstoppers. The static noise that pulses and fizzes as it diminishes, the deep bass that doesn’t lose its depth and weight no matter how fast Digital Punk and Adaro manipulate the tempo. Of course, the fizzes become less prominent when they are slightly overpowered by the melody in the climax, but think of that as a variation rather then a letdown. After all, the dark bass and harsh punches are to die for.

‘Whiplashed’ was released on Scantraxx Records on the 2nd of December.

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