Dj Dusty Question feat Kagey / Target OUT NOW

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  1. Rekle$$

    Rekle$$ Ten Ton Beats

    Feb 22, 2006
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    Dj Dusty returns with another massive release to follow on from the Deep Dark Blue EP. The south coast producer enjoyed huge success with his debut release on Ten Ton Beats Down right dirty / Illusions the much sort after radio one airplay on Grooverider's legendary show not once, not twice but an unheard of 4 weeks on the trot (Grooverider playing Illusions by Dj Dusty again on Radio 1 (2nd week in a row) by Ten Ton Beats). This was swiftly followed by the 4 piece delight otherwise known as the Deep dark Blue EP.

    Question: This time Dusty shows his versatility by creating something with a little crossover potential, full vocal on this track. Kagey delivers a soulful vocal complementing a well thought out synth lead powerhouse track. Rumbling sub bass and artfully constructed arpeggio all combine in a potent dnb cocktail that will any leaves the listener wanting more. As the track progresses the synth arpeggio and vocals swap around to give the track variation and to stop the listener getting to used to a set pattern. This is a master class in musical arrangement. Dusty is one of the south coasts hardest working DJ/Producers always looking for that new sound and breaking boundaries to see how different he can make each release, this displays the versatility every producer needs to be successful.

    Target: Dusty gets back to his dancefloor roots with Target, we have an unrelenting constantly climbing intro, which raises the temperature followed by errie silence, almost like that point in a horror movie when you know something is about to go down..........and it as the punishing bassline is unleashed Snappy clean drums keep the momentum going from start to finish, as Dusty takes the listener on a journey. With synths going off in every direction there really is nowhere to hide once this track drops.
    Target works well in any part of a set intro, midway, outro or even on your iPod in the car. It delivers on every level and carries TTB rewind Guaranteed tag, a must for ya CD wallets