Summer's in the air, and with impeccable timing, Bawrut returns with his fourth EP for Ransom Note Records! From Ciquita to Rumba to Three Sounds, the Madrid-based producer has been providing DJs with off-kilter dance floor ammunition for years now, amassing a dedicated following in the process. Out 13th September on 12” and digital, the Pronto Arpeggio EP is arguably his biggest and best collection to date. It’s certainly his silliest, kicking things off with a frankly absurd title track. Clocking in at almost 11 minutes, Pronto Arpeggio is a prog techno labyrinth of fakeouts, tempo switches, thwacking kickdrums, and huge synths like if Giorgio Moroder did the music for Tomorrow’s World . So yeah, not your average mid-set toilet break tool (although if you want to use it for that, we won’t judge you). Shooreee is classic Bawrut with a psychedelic twist, like spiking your own Negroni with mescaline. This sweaty, slow-burn acid weapon bides its time before erupting into a potent payoff. Atchu carves its way through laser bleeps and dub FX, built around an unforgettable vocal sample that’ll be lodged in your skull for months whether you like it or not.
When it came to the remixes, we thought it was only right to enlist some of Bawrut’s biggest supporters. KiNK chisels Pronto Arpeggio into a vlean slab of high-velocity machine funk, while Ruf Dug teases out the gentler side of Shooreee, resulting in a melodic track that feels tailor- made made for Mediterranean sunsets.
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