Extending their branches once more, the System Error brand presents their latest offshoot – Party Bombs. A catalogue which will be dedicated to the peak times of the night, covering various strains of what they may entail. Looking to find a consistent spot in the record bags of the party starters amongst us.
The opening track by Oshana, “Everlast”, boasts nostalgic synths, and an energetic drum arrangement , inaugurating the Party Bombs Various Artists Series with a dynamite production. Sitting comfortably as the A2 is “Party Bass”, a debut outing for DJ Stroboscope who some might know under different names, an artists shrouded in mystery only illuminated by the stroboscope flashing through the thick fog covering the peak time dancefloor, a chunky slab of dancefloor chemistry, consisting of a winding sub bass, and direct drive from the word go.
On the flip side, Obsidian steps up with a playful and animated groove in “Hall 46”, smooth sunshine sounds cruising the openair party into fifth gear. The ice cold hip hop vocal samples bring all of the characteristics of the track together. Closing proceedings is a slinky and enthusiastic power house track from Magic Doz. “With You” presents raw old school elements with a modern day twist.
Bombs by name, bombs by nature.