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Neko Neko - Between Two Cities (Pt. 1)
7" Vinyl
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Neko Neko

Between Two Cities (Pt. 1)

My First Moth

Released: 30th June 2014 | 2 track downtempo ep

Neko Neko drops the first part of his Between Two Cities series, entitled Where, backed by remixes from everyone's favourite French beat-maker, Fulgeance.

Neko Neko's original mix on the A-side pairs lush harp samples with hefty kicks, claps and layered percussion loops. The track evolves nicely til the halfway point when it shifts direction, breaking down to a cosmic arpeggiated synth line that gets tweaked away while the other elements are expertly weaved in and out of the mix.

On the flip Fulgeance takes things down and dirty with a brutal remix aimed squarely at the clubs, chopping and filtering the main riff and layering it over his trademark rugged beats and subwoofer-shattering bass. This is followed by thugged out vocal samples and some innovative vocoder work.

To top things off, Fulgeance contributes another remix as a digital-only bonus track under his Claude alias, which comes free with the vinyl version via a download card. This time he steps up into housier territory with more subdued but still excellent synth melodies and uplifting piano chords.

Vinyl release includes original version and Fulgeance remix of Where, plus download code for free download of all 3 tracks.

Limited to 300 copies - Neko Neko's last vinyl release sold out in under 3 weeks so don't sleep on this!

"Claude mix is going to be HUGE for me this summer!"
Dom Servini, Wah Wah 45s
"Love this - the original mix is fantastic. Pitched just right - great production. Great to hear Mr Fulgeance on this too - does a great job taking it somewhere else entirely without losing the charm of the original."
Aly Gillani, First Word Records
"Fulgeance coming through big as always! Will definitely be supporting on Wah Wah Radio and out and about."
Scrimshire, Wah Wah 45s
"Great release! Fulgeance remix just pips it over the original but all great versions. 4/5"
Pimpernel Jones, Herma Puma / First Word
"Nice gear, always good to see a label moving around genres!!"
Jon Kennedy