New Clone Basement Series (lucky number 013!) with the long awaited return of A Made Up Sound (aka 2562), following up on his Archive EP/CBS02. Written as a counterbalance to the more experimental releases on his own AMUS label series, Archive II finally unleashes what’s possibly his most banging, straight-forward club material to date, while retaining the trademark A Made Up Sound funk and swing. “Hang-Up” is all about the irresistible Herbie-injected groove, cut-up and layered to great effect, whereas things get darker and bass-heavier with technotrack “Sweetback” on the flip. Keeping the tension high till a drop towards the end, seven minutes never seemed so short.
New release coming from When In Doubt by 2562, as a one-off addition to the Fever LP from earlier this year. Arguably the most popular track on 2562’s recent ‘Fever’ album, ‘Aquatic Family Affair’ is here on wax again in full glory, extended and re-cut. Half reissue, half remix 12”, the flip has Head High aka Shed giving his favourite albumtrack ‘Wasteland’ the Powerhouse remix treatment, slow-building and boombastic as only he can.
‘Fever’ is a concept album from 2562 aka Dave Huismans released on his fresh and new label When in Douby. The third long player coming from Dave is his disco album: a thorough reinterpretation of underground disco music from the mid seventies to the early eighties. All based on one simple rule: every single sound, from the smallest background shiver to the most obese sub bass, originates from a disco record – no additional synthesizers, drumcomputers or other samplesources involved – but this is genuinely new and retro-free music that respectfully flips its sources in a way nobody can recognize them.
Rolando and 2562 provides the remixes for Skudge part 3. Rolando takes ‘Ontic’ into a deeper level with a cool vocal, the perfect groove and his nice sizzling shaker. 2562’s version of ‘Convolution’ is a true dubstep makeover.
First official 2562 release in over a year, marking the launch of his new When In Doubt label. Two heartfelt low slung boogie anthems – a taster of things to come