Mancha Recordings enlist DJ Overdose to serve up a standout new tune that then gets remixed by Rik Elmont, Filburt and Back For Good to make for another great EP.
Dutchman DJ Overdose is a cult figure with a fine discography and improves it again here with Bring Me. It is a lo fi bit of raw, hard hitting deep house. Clacking hits, muffled bass and obscured synths all take you into a late might world of weirdness. The first remix from Rik Elmont turns it into a more loose limbed and dubbed out house cut, while Filburt keeps it low key, with gorgeous ambient pads, classic vocal samples buried deep in the mix and gorgeous keys. Lastly, Back For Good keeps it deep with musical bass and heart tugging vocal loops over the top of rickety drums.
This is a tasteful EP of innovative deep house.
Support from Click | Click (Cajual/ Kassette), Fritz FM (Nightflight Show), Danny Slade, Claptone, Kate Wildblood, Cristiano Cellu, DJ GLC, DJ Bone, Eelke Klijn (Suara, Manual Music), Gene Farris, Hardrock Striker (Skylax), Iron Curtis, Javier Carballo (One Records, Surface), Kaldera, Richy Ahmed, tim lorenz, Paul Corey, Baikal, Lars Behrenroth (Deeper Shades, Freerange), Fbi Radio, Horse Meat Disco (Severino), Chris Fortier (Bedrock, Thoughtless, Highway), Ame (Innervisions), Joseph Capriati, Matteo, Paco Osuna, Cottam, Koma, Ali Herron (OOFT, Delusions of Grandeur), Michel de Hey (Circle, Noir, EC), Luciano Esse, Guiddo, Mirco Violi, Ibiza Global Radio, Wareika (Perlon, Liebe*Detail), Ilario Alicante, Rogue D, Markantonio, Berlin Bass Collective, Stranger in the Night, Red Pig Flower, Sam Yu, Renato Cohen, Marco Carola, Abstraal, Dave Aju, and Andrew Grant