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Premiere: Addison Groove's 'Shango' is a fizzing uppercut to the jaw

Release number three on his label Groove

  • Dave Turner
  • 14 December 2016
Premiere: Addison Groove's 'Shango' is a fizzing uppercut to the jaw

When Addison Groove and DJ Die came into The Lab LDN in June, what we got was a hefty workout of slammin' bass-heavy tracks. It's what the two do best and Addison's proved himself to be a supreme juke producer, too.

The 'Footcrab Edits' release on his label Groove goes to show the level of drum-crashing menace he can reach and 'Dancer'/'Go La La' is just as mischievous. On that he flips Sister Sledge's 'He's The Greatest Dancer' into a crunching bass earthquake, but keeping the fun-time disco in tact at the same time.

He's gearing up for Groove003 now and we've got 'Shango' as an exclusive. Tip-tapping tribal drums start it off, followed by a reverberating vocal chop, subtle bird cries and weird, wonky synths. Always unpredictable, but Addison always ensures his productions carry that heavyweight uppercut to the jaw.

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Digital News Editor, follow him on Twitter

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