589 // Lapalace – Iridescent Acid

Promising British talent Lapalace's contribution to Skiptrace's forthcoming VA is a must-have!

The Manchester-based Skiptrace is one of those labels out there that insist on fighting the good fight by keeping it simple: In publishing its content exclusively on Bandcamp, the imprint manages to keep its releases kind of under the radar, underground, away from the spotlight – devoted for diggers only, we could say. If your thing is Bass, Breakbeats, and/or House Music, a thorough tour throughout its catalogue is highly recommended.

For its forthcoming endeavour, “Skippy” brought together a bunch of young and skilled producers in order to deliver a high-quality compilation: marco ono, Portway, Trophy, Lapalace, Direct Function, Morayy, and smplstreet brought the best of their games for the occasion and the result is a full-of-dance-floor-fillers VA.

Premiered here, Lapalace’s contribution is definitely one of the highlights of the release. Sounding like an angry Punk drummer’s solo, the break beats aim to make us to dance… wildly. The acid layer and the Leftfield pad go in another direction and trigger a trance-like state. It’s dancing… wildly with the eyes closed what we are talking about. A great theme by the promising British talent.

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.

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