Cursa - Flange / Sister P

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  1. Protect Audio

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    The single kicks off with Cursa’s fast paced and break heavy a-side, Flange. The track starts with a menacing horn like sample as bass booms and hints of percussion break through the atmospherics. As the synth build sharpens out of the gloom the break also comes into focus, ensuring that sense of excitement only found on the dance floor when you know something big is about to hit your eardrums. At the drop the bass flows from the bottom end of your subwoofer through the techy disjointed mids tailing into the highs in one continuous, satisfying growl. The furious, complex tempo of the jungle like break is woven seamlessly into the dark weighty bassline to ensure that the song stays consistently satisfying and groove inducing.



    On the flipside, Sister P explores the other end of the spectrum, swapping the pacey breaks for a minimal deep and equally as dark sound. Starting with some subtle foreboding pads and only a few snippets of percussion, further highlighting Cursa’s sound engineering prowess in their ability to forefront simple percussion and hold your attention. As the pinpoint percussion fades the track drops into near silence. Contrasting with the previous tracks energetic build up Sister P utilises its minimal foundations to create a tension and sense of wonder until the gut-wrenching bassline kicks in. The bass twists and turns creating a considered but continuous pace, working in subtle bass and percussion licks which serve to gradually intensify track.



    Offering the best of both worlds, but never letting up on the shady tones and immaculate sound engineering Cursa’s single is set to satisfy the needs of anyone with a sound system meaty enough to handle it.

    Out on the 7th Oct 2013
     
  2. Norwax

    Norwax Well-Known Member

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    Sister P is sick
     
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  3. Menosance

    Menosance aka OSOI

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    Sister P is heavvvvvvvvvvvvvvy! Loving your output PA :)
     
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  4. Protect Audio

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    Cheers :)
     
  5. jsmith89

    jsmith89 Hmph..... silly...

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