After recently hitting the 100th release milestone, Luxemburg’s label Lauter returns with the varied yet energetic “Juno Me” EP by newborn duo Dizzy & Lance, who scored a very well-rounded debut release. This one is all about quality deep house flavours paired with the more minimal dynamics, keeping things flowy and rolling as we like.
On the original version of “Juno Me”, Dizzy & Lance bring classic deep pads and pulsating low sub tones from which slowly arise some dubby delayed chords and chopped vocals, all together for a crystal clear dancefloor roller, whilst German Zohki likes to keep things a little bit harsher with pressing rides, dried-out drums, and stomping kicks throughout.
Thus comes the bubbly and funky “Sometimes” which proves yet again the duo’s talent for crafting modern-sounding lively fast-skipping minimal house anthems. Rounding out the package, Murphy wraps up a delicate driving club tool that gets more creative on the breakdowns thanks to some spiciness added via weird dissonant notes and unexpected restarts.
Words by Francesco Quieti