Melbourne's finest sleazy disco infused deep house master Griffin James is making his long awaited debut on Let's Play House next year with 'Hezbolla', a 3 track EP that will leave you wanting for more and more with each consecutive play. After his appearance on Big Doint this autumn with the raw smashing club monster named 'Take No TIme', Francis Inferno Orchestra continues his adventure into the realm of hard hitting bangers, but all with a twist of course.
'Hezbolla' opens with the aptly titled track, a violent ensemble of distorted snares, tight kicks and distorted metallic toms which are all coupled with a dementia inducing vocal sample that will wreck havoc on dancefloors world wide. The twist that I mentioned comes on the flip side with a sort of back-to-the-FIO-roots track when sleazy disco edits were the kings. 'Vibrations' is a sweet as honey smooth as silk hypnotic disco take that achieves notoriety status with it's mesmerizing vocal loops, sparkling melodies and glistening keys. The ending track is actually a stripped down bonus beats version of 'Hezbolla' called 'Hezbobongo' for the obvious reason of bongo madness which will greatly appeal DJ tool enthusiasts and clever set builders.
And if that wasn't enough, keep your eyes open for LPH White is due to release yet another FIO pressing that will feature two remixes and another original from the Australian wizard. 2014 already sounds like another prosperous year for house music.