|1.||A1. Destination 2242|
|2.||A2. Delta 9|
|3.||B1. Beeston Lights|
|4.||B2. Destination 2242 (Titonton Duvante Remix)|
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Midge Thompson - New Destinations EP
London based label and party Butter Side Up follow-up a sold out debut release from Christian Jay with another helping of atmospheric house music, this time from Leeds based rising star Midge Thompson. The long time BSU associate serves up three tracks that are complemented with a rare remix from the legendary Titonton Duvante.
Opener ‘Destination 2242’ is a slick and spaced out broken beat groover. Sci-fi motifs wither next to a sprinkling of garage percussion and rubbery drum programming is brilliantly loose and body popping. ‘Delta’ gets even deeper, with skeletal drums knocking out an infectious late-night rhythm while dreamy pads flesh things out. Spacecrafts drift in the background to add some cinematic stylings and make it perfect for the more close-knit dance floors.
On the flip, ‘Beeston Lights’ picks up the pace with perfectly rolling kicks pulling you in as keys twinkle up top like a distant metropolis at night. It’s smooth and breezy house music to carry you away on a blissful vibe. Remixing is Titonton Duvante, a long time influence on the Butter Side Up crew and a cult figure in heady house circles thanks to definitive work on his own Residual Recordings, Mosaic and many others. His chunky take on techno is hard to beat, as proven here with a remix that re-works the drums into busy, restless things that work the feet while the Americans’s typically ethereal pads bring real depth.
Vinyl, 12", EP