Music Is A Mission

To content | To menu | To search

Lotek Hi-Fi - What You See / Can't Believe



Lotek Hi-Fi What You See
Lotek Hi-Fi - What You See / Can't Believe
(12") Big Dada BD081, 2005-09-30

Tracklisting :
A1. What You See
A2. What You See (Instrumental)
A3. I Cant Believe
B1. I Cant Believe (Instrumental)
B2. What You See (Accapella)

CDS Promo Artwork:


Press Release :
Lotek HiFI present the first single from their forthcoming debut full-length, "Mixed Blessings". Effortlessly showcasing the stylistic flexibility which means the group can come in any manner of different ways while still being only themselves, the two tracks presented here are the perfect taster for the "Mixed Blessings" experience.

"What You See" is an uptempo club track, a bouncing, electronic bashy beat over which Lotek and Aurelius effortlessly spit lyrics that elevate the energy in the music even higher and say something at the same time. Throw in a raw, raw chorus from the golden larynx of Wayne Paul and you have a surefire winner.

But flip the vinyl over for "Can't Believe" and you begin to understand just how good this group can be. This downtempo slice of cinematic hip hop draws on a tradition including Massive Attack, but makes it entirely the group's own, once again showing how good a producer Lotek is (all the strings were recorded live and, like the rest of the album, the piece is completely sample free) and how well his voice fits into the jigsaw puzzle with Aurelius bassy boom and Wayne Paul's plaintive street-soul-roots-reggae twang.

"What You See" will be available as a limited edition, numbered 12" in screen-printed sleeve – a record that could only have come out of the UK from a trio who have never been scared to be different.
Djouls

Djouls

Stay informed of all things Paris DJs and beyond thanks to our Twitter news

Comments are closed



You might also like

Funkadelic - Reworked By Detroiters

Funkadelic - Reworked By Detroiters (CD/12"/3LP, Westbound, 2017)

Paris DJs' history with George Clinton & the Parliament/Funkadelic crew is a very long one… It culminated first in 2006 when we were asked to cook some exclusive remixes (including a mad dub rework from Grant Phabao, approved by the Dr. Funkenstein himself, you can still grab the free download...
Kologbo - Africa Is The Future

6th of September - It's Kologbo Day! A 4th track revealed from "Africa Is The Future" upcoming LP, featuring Tony Allen, Pat Thomas & Ayo

Paris DJs followers should be aware by now, we're not joking, every 6th of the month is Kologbo day! Later this year on upcoming 6ths of the month we'll unveil some brand new productions recorded this summer, but until then we're proud to keep on revealing new tunes from Fela's tenor guitar player...