The Spinning Plates imprint returns this October with Club Winston’s ‘Guzzle’ EP, comprised of
four gritty club workouts from the London artist.
The UK’s Club Winston has been steadily unveiling a series of tripped-out club ready cuts via
his own UKGEORGE label over the past few years along with remixes from the likes of
D.Tiffany and Tim Reaper. Here though we see him join the roster of Spinning Plates with his
latest collection of works, an imprint that’s played host to material from the likes of SHKN,
Neksha, Andy Rantzen, DJ Spider and Bruno Schmidt since its inception in 2015.
Title-track ‘Guzzle’ leads, laid out across five minutes with a menacing arpeggio bass lead,
howling atmospherics and crunchy analogue drums. ‘Hell’ follows and tips the focus over to
heavy doses of sub bass, intricately dynamic, modulating drums and intense swells of
processed synths throughout.
Opening the flip-side is ‘Chart’, upping the energy levels with a pacey 4/4 drum groove while
twitchy resonant synth lines, low-end pulsations and cavernous reverberations ebb and flow
throughout. ‘Partook’ then rounds out the release, a cinematic ambient composition which lays
focus on swirling, textural pads, glitched out resonant bleeps and fluttering low end hits.