Dutch newcomer TRACE7000 turns in a slamming remix of Tiga & Boys Noize’s collaboration ‘100’ – and we’ve got the exclusive first play.
Their latest discovery is 22-year-old Ferdous Dehzad, who hails from a small town just outside Eindhoven, Holland. And Turbo Recordings have thrown their newcomer into the deep-end with a remix of Tiga & Boys Noize’s hypnotic collaboration ‘100’.
When Turbo Records signs a new artist, the world generally takes note. Tiga’s label was instrumental in breaking household names including Gesaffelstein, Duke Dumont, Azari & III and now Trace7000.
Not straying too far from the original’s MO of grizzly acid house. TRACE7000 delivers an assured remix that focuses on Tiga’s virile vocals, furnishing them with stodgy drum lines, scattered hi-hats and throbbing, low-slung basslines.
Judging by this remix, and his debut EP on Turbo, you’ll being hearing a lot more from TRACE7000 in the coming months and years.