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Boss Priester makes his LOCUS debut with his bustling four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Working hard in the studio to develop his own take on minimal-leaning house and techno, The Hague-based DJ/ producer Boss Priester is starting to reap the rewards and emerge as another hotshot from the country's hotbed of electronic talent. Racking up support from the likes of Dungeon Meat, East End Dubs, Michel de Hey, Dr. Banana and Alec Falconer, his releases on What NxT and Dark Side Of The Sun have accompanied appearances at the likes of Thuishaven, Colorado Charlie and Lovelee. Another fan of the young Dutchman is FUSE and LOCUS boss Enzo Siragusa, and late September brings a first appearance on the latter imprint as he makes his label debut with his four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Title track 'Hotel Dijon' comes loaded with raw drum licks, cosmic synths and menacing, swirling low-ends for a heavy-hitting opener set to cause serious dance floor damage, while the slinking 'ROF66' mixes eerie stabs with shuffling drums and bouncy baselines for another heavyweight anthem. Next, 'SUP01' keeps things ticking nicely on a similar tip with yet more punchy percussion arrangements linking with playful sound design peppered with zippy FX, before closing the show with the hopped-up, bass-driven sonics of final effort 'Wek'. Tracklisting:A1. Hotel Dijon A2. ROF66 B1. SUP01 B2. Wek
Boss Priester makes his LOCUS debut with his bustling four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Working hard in the studio to develop his own take on minimal-leaning house and techno, The Hague-based DJ/ producer Boss Priester is starting to reap the rewards and emerge as another hotshot from the country's hotbed of electronic talent. Racking up support from the likes of Dungeon Meat, East End Dubs, Michel de Hey, Dr. Banana and Alec Falconer, his releases on What NxT and Dark Side Of The Sun have accompanied appearances at the likes of Thuishaven, Colorado Charlie and Lovelee. Another fan of the young Dutchman is FUSE and LOCUS boss Enzo Siragusa, and late September brings a first appearance on the latter imprint as he makes his label debut with his four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Title track 'Hotel Dijon' comes loaded with raw drum licks, cosmic synths and menacing, swirling low-ends for a heavy-hitting opener set to cause serious dance floor damage, while the slinking 'ROF66' mixes eerie stabs with shuffling drums and bouncy baselines for another heavyweight anthem. Next, 'SUP01' keeps things ticking nicely on a similar tip with yet more punchy percussion arrangements linking with playful sound design peppered with zippy FX, before closing the show with the hopped-up, bass-driven sonics of final effort 'Wek'. Tracklisting:A1. Hotel Dijon A2. ROF66 B1. SUP01 B2. Wek
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Format: Vinyl
Label: LOCUS
Rel. Date: 09/22/2023
UPC: 197189198854

Hotel Dijon [Colored Vinyl] (Ep) (Org)
Artist: Boss Priester
Format: Vinyl
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Boss Priester makes his LOCUS debut with his bustling four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Working hard in the studio to develop his own take on minimal-leaning house and techno, The Hague-based DJ/ producer Boss Priester is starting to reap the rewards and emerge as another hotshot from the country's hotbed of electronic talent. Racking up support from the likes of Dungeon Meat, East End Dubs, Michel de Hey, Dr. Banana and Alec Falconer, his releases on What NxT and Dark Side Of The Sun have accompanied appearances at the likes of Thuishaven, Colorado Charlie and Lovelee. Another fan of the young Dutchman is FUSE and LOCUS boss Enzo Siragusa, and late September brings a first appearance on the latter imprint as he makes his label debut with his four-track 'Hotel Dijon' EP. Title track 'Hotel Dijon' comes loaded with raw drum licks, cosmic synths and menacing, swirling low-ends for a heavy-hitting opener set to cause serious dance floor damage, while the slinking 'ROF66' mixes eerie stabs with shuffling drums and bouncy baselines for another heavyweight anthem. Next, 'SUP01' keeps things ticking nicely on a similar tip with yet more punchy percussion arrangements linking with playful sound design peppered with zippy FX, before closing the show with the hopped-up, bass-driven sonics of final effort 'Wek'. Tracklisting:A1. Hotel Dijon A2. ROF66 B1. SUP01 B2. Wek
        
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