“Haute Definition evokes the sheer excitement that early electro house gave the world when it first burst onto the blogs.”
Join me as I reminisce over the early days of blog house and the bangers of yore…
“Here is a track that has been visited, revisited, tinkered with, put aside only to be finally dusted off; the duo now feel that the world is ready to hear it. A strictly instrumental number, Haute Definition evokes the sheer excitement that early electro house gave the world when it first burst onto the blogs. The synth is unashamedly brash, growling its melody like a spooked terrier; the percussion thick with DMX toms thudding away fighting for audibility amongst the busy spectrum; only for the whole thing to flatline midway for one of 2011s best drops.”
On their own label, Morter and Pestle, Dolby Anol boldly take on polishing up and re-evoking the excitement of the early electro house on blogs– “blog house”– days of a few years ago. With GDD born from that era, we’d normally count such a claim from most producers as ludicrously brash indeed. Dolby Anol, of course, aren’t most producers. This track actually does quite a nice job of effectively taking me back to the marching kick-snare and squelching leads of the bangers of yore, the tracks that got us blogging in the first place. Reminisce with me, will you, dear readers?