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White Noise: Komon - Walk The Walk

Friday, 26 July 2013

Komon - Walk The Walk

Label: Aus

Will Saul’s Aus imprint has really proven itself over the past year, issuing a reliable stream of big-hitters that have managed to please both the scenesters and the dancefloors. With a blend of fresh talent and star players, the label has become a no-nonsense source for good club music, rarely breaking the mould but always offering on-point artists producing at their biggest and best, with recent highlights coming from Leon VynehallBicepDusky, and Midland. The latest addition to the stable is Bristol’s Komon, the recent Appleblim-collaborator who fits the Aus style to a tee, here trading in ‘floor-destroying, low-slung house rollers.

Both are impressive pieces of soundcraft, with the titular A-side’s swaggering bassline anchoring DnB-style bass throbs and ethereal diva moans. It’s a powerful track, if not particularly interesting, and B-side Poly Sum does one better. Here a glittering system of arpeggios burble over a strong, club-focused bass riff and a euphoric vocal hook. It results in an striking alchemic fusion; all the tear-streaked ecstasy of trance twinned with hard-nosed modern house sensibilities. There’s nothing game-changing here, but when Aus keep turning out such expertly-tuned club shakers, it’s hard to complain.


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