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PR2023666 | 2023-01-27  
DJ and producer Eugene Carnell joins us at Piston Recordings with his debut slice entitled ‘Get Down EP’. Eugene has been a DJ for a number of years, plying his trade at several top venues in the UK. He has always dabbled in creating his own music and making special edits of his favourite tracks so he can use them in the mix. During lockdown, he committed himself to focussing more on his own productions and, with a few releases already under his belt, his sound is being championed far and wide. Great to have him on board.

The Original Mix of ‘Get Down’ opens the release with nice chunky beats and swinging hats. Warm chords and groovy keys are joined by smooth, subby bassline adding depth to the groove. Cool vocals seal up the construction, making for a fine dancefloor experience. Joselacruz and Jose Vilches make a welcome return to Piston with a solid remix of ‘Get Down’ which follows their debut ‘All Night EP’. Jose and Jose are no strangers to each other having worked on several projects together in the past. The Spanish duo are renowned for their genuine, authentic sound and their works have appeared on many top labels with great support from around the world. On the remix, we’re treated to a sublime, deep and ultra-groovy number thanks to tight beats, rhythmic percussions and a slow burning bassline. The vocals provide a cool narrative while chords stabs and delicate keys accent the rhythm beautifully. We also welcome Trevor Gordon back to the label with his interpretation of ‘Get Down’. We last saw him here with the superb ‘Humble Reality’ and we’re delighted to see him back. Trevor takes inspiration from legendary artists such as Ian Pooley, Olav Basoski and Kerri Chandler among others. He has set a goal to pursue house music production and has since gone on to gain notoriety with his distinct deep house sound. Trevor’s remix toughens up the groove with punchy kicks and harsher percussions which sit perfectly in the mix and get the toes tapping. Trippy chord pads are contrasted with soft keys as the vocal delivers the narrative. The big hitter is that bassline which dominates the groove and forces you to move. ‘Music To Move’ concludes the release, solidifying the superb deep and groovy themes of the EP. Phat beats and sharp, crispy hats combine as plucky basses and swelling chords fill out the spectrum. Again, we see very cool vocals used brilliantly as they become musical elements in the groove. Top-notch, not to be missed.

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