A slightly less bombastic remix from label boss Stanny Abram and friends is the one to check here
mid-90s were an exciting time, with a new wave of producers breaking
through to join the likes of MAW, Terry, Sanchez and Morales at the
top of the house tree. Sneak, Van Helden, Vasquez and Carter have
stayed there ever since, but spare a thought too for those that never
managed to gain quite the same traction, yet are still very
much in the game today.
case in point: DJ EFX, who first emerged in the late 80s on SF label Megajamm Recordz, who gave us
one of tribal's early classics in the form of 1994's Is It Like My
Dil-doe? on Strictly Rhythm, and who in more recent times has struck up
a relationship with Stanny Abram's family of Eastern European
latest offering from the San Fran veteran comes on Marba Records, and
in two mixes. EFX's Original is an uncompromising tech-house slammer,
with layers of noise giving it a suitably intense, dramatic feel for
bigger rooms, while the accompanying remix from Abrams, Wurfel &
Knobel tones down the noise in favour of a filtered bass throb and
stuttering vocal cut-ups.
for the remix first.
Review Score: 7