BNR Trax sublabel of Boysnoize Records put out the next month Bobmo new EP of the gifted, consisting of two pieces: Hardbells and Northside, accompanied by a remix version and a more violent Hardbells.
Halfway between Techno and House Institubesque old school, the Max is proving to be extremely catchy and it’s a safe bet thatwill be played tremendously in the coming weeks.
Hardbells is so effective at the highest point: its jerky rhythm and its “bells” electronic make you mad. Using mounted escalating power throughout the piece, Bobmo raises pressure and gives us the fantastic times. Delicious.
Northside, it is certainly less impressive than its predecessor; but will certainly satisfy fans of Ghetto House, with its rhythmic representative of the genre. The two friends Strip Steve & Das Glow (who had already achieved a maximum of 2 titles for BNR Trax, Calcium)
Provide cover in Hardbells remixing, and the title, already enshrined in charismatic style house in spring marked by a raucous rhythm and violent.
Violent version “Rough” from Hardbells certainly is. Ever Techno, the song becomes more aggressive and fast and adheres completely in the footprint of BNR Trax, forged by the work of his Boys Noize founder.
Hardbells / Northside released on April 4 at Beatport and then released 18 on the other platforms of legal downloading.
Listen to an overview of the maxi below: