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White Noise: Huxley – Let It Go

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Huxley – Let It Go

Label: Hypercolour

Let It Go

White Noise favourite Huxley finally gets his first solo wax release on rising House label Hypercolour, and unsurprisingly, he kills it. After a promising 2011 notably featuring the digital-only Shower Scene which wound up on our Best Singles list at the end of the year, Huxley hits the big leagues running with Let It Go, an excellent release in the form of this catchy, straight-cut House release. Dance tunes often rely on a clear hook to draw the listener into loving a tune, but practically every element of this tune is a hook. The track is underpinned by a monstrously heavy three—note bassline which lays the ground for sharp syncopated beats and it’s all capped off by an unbelievably catchy vocal line. Colourful synths streak across the second half of the track to add some nice detail, but Let It Go is enormous enough anyway, you’ll know it when you hear it.

Bristolian producer Eats Everything, who had a pretty good 2011 himself, supplies a surprisingly delicate remix of the track, letting the original vocal sample play out in all its glory, while supplementing it with some ravey synths and a big echoing bass bounce. It’s not as big as the original but a worthy addition all the same, making this an essential purchase for anyone looking for cutting-edge House chock full of big sounds and moody vibes.


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