Two Of A Kind by Steve Bug
"Poker Flat owner and visionary DJ & producer Steve Bug recently celebrated the 10th anniversary and 100th release for the label. Continuing this buzz, and as always, confirming his rightful place at the top, Steve is now gearing up to release his fourth full artist album. The 'Two of a Kind' EP is a teaser of things to come as the long player drops in a few months time, and what a teaser it is...! Once again joining forces with long-time compadre Clé, of Märtini Brös fame, the pair whip up a deep storm, resulting in the solemn midnight swagger of 'Month of Sip'. Cool, metallic pads and trademark tight drums lay the groundwork for a momentous twisted synth line to wrap its way around the senses. Full of tension, drama and stone-cold style, its a track that will define the night's - or indeed the morning's - dancefloor adventures. Working solo on the B-side, and in-all-out-classic Bug mode, Steve builds perhaps his most drifting, euphoric vision of modern house music to date. Beautiful, phasing synth stabs open this epic-vibed slow burner whose refined elements stay pure and true throughout. If you're searching for dynamic, addictive underground house music, full of history and yet remarkably modern, look no further!
Press and DJ Quotes on this release:
Ellen Allien: 'Light tech house very Bug style. Trees Cant Dance its a bomb! Will play for sure both tracks. 5/5'
DJ Hell: 'Great tune!'
Phonique: 'Ja ja, immer schön deep und mir die Awards wegnehmen wollen... 4/5'
Laurent Garnier: 'Very tripy indeed will play of course! 4/5'
Manuel Tur: 'Trees Can't Dance is a hypnotic killer! 4/5'
Will Saul: 'Steve at his very best....Which is devastating. Full support. 5/5'
Martin Eyerer: 'After My Chihuahua Bites the next big thing! 4/5'
Sasse: 'Both sides rock my boat, hell yeah ! 4/5'
Dave DK: 'Nice one by the master! My favourite is Month of Slip', cool hypnotic bug trademark!'
Agoria: 'Thanks, cool tracks for clubbin, I want to dance ! 4/5'
Benno Blome: 'Super! 5/5'
Joell Mull: 'Im digging both tracks. Tasty bits. All the best wishes for the coming 100 releases "