Maltese producer Acidulant’s “We Are Children of Acid” forthcoming EP is in no small way an homage to mid-80s Chicago house music, with sounds from the classic Roland machines spiritually transporting the dancer to the moment of acid house’s origin. The first track, “Jack & Acid (Original Mix)” sparks the dancefloor with its rolling bass refrain and energetic percussion while the second track, “Rise to Yourself feat. Lexicon Avenue (Original Mix)”, cuts a deeper groove.
Opening with a sizzling acid bassline and boomy kick, the EP’s title track is gorgeously constructed, with a rich vocal, some jazzy violin, and a thoughtful variety of percussive elements.
Closing out the release is “The Underground Ritual”, a dark, electrified tune with an echoey synth refrain and elaborate percussion, sure to delight the house heads as it sets fire to the floor.
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By far my favorite release by Posthuman. The tracks are a lot more melodic while still sounding funky and bouncy, but it never loses that deep, hypnotic acid-vibe.
Excellent stuff, not to mention the more atmospheric, ambience-inspired bonus tracks! I love it when artists aren't afraid to experiment.
Overall, it's wonderful! Imagine Wagons