It's getting harder and harder to keep track of all these new labels that seem to emerge almost on a daily basis, but who am I to complain, especially when it comes to these exquisite vinyl-only imprints caressing our ears with pure black gold? Fresh from the bowels of Copenhagen's underground scene comes Smeur, a no-nonsense house label ready to set the record straight about what's raw and what's not and to remind us all that the Danes do it better too! The concept is fairly simple and nothing that hasn't been done before, but the music makes the real difference here and that's what Smeur is all about: pure underground quality. Each release is as anonymous as it can be, with no artists, credits or info present, just the track titles and the lovely logo printed in a new colour each time.
Therefore, each release features two anonymous house cuts, one for each side, great news for the DJs out there as the vinyl cut sounds nice, clear and loud, perfect enough to smash those dancefloors to smithereens! Side A holds 'Snappy', a hypnotic looped disco-house workout constructed around a filtered twirling disco sample that goes round and around a dirty raw bassline, playfully swung percussions and enticing vocal cuts. The flipside is host to 'Organation', a deep and dubby beast that employs one of the grooviest, dirtiest, sweatiest perpetual bassline that never gets tired of driving your body to exhaustion. The resampled organ riffs, recurrent hats, chopped percussions, and whirling re-pitched siren drive the track to delirious proportions, ready to "lure and prey on innocent partygoers"!