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Aeroplane’s Vito De Luca and Dimitri From Paris rekindle their €urocrats moniker for the follow-up to last year’s impressive debut outing ‘Unite‘.

Split across across two versions and one remix, ‘Black Hole Bass‘ is almost certainly the darkest music we’ve heard from either producer. The first version of ‘Black Hole Bass‘ is the aptly named “606 version” which is essentially a melodic cut of stripped-back Chicago house at its most uncompromising. Think jackin’ bongos, chopped vocals and rubbery basslines.

If you’re looking for something a little more acidic, and trippy, the b-side offers you a much more frenzied 909 version. And to cap off the release the only remix comes from Alejandro Paz, who takes ‘Black Hole Bass‘ to the warehouse for a even more twisted rework.

Out February 10 via Aeropop.

Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.