Belgian underground DJ/producer Red D continues his solo Red Basics quest with the second release in this series in which he explores a variety of sounds that make him tick, always drawing inspiration from his favourite city: Detroit. The A-side travels to the heartland of classic Detroit deep house, taking in deep chords, a pitched-down vocal sample and the subbest of bass antics making for a groove that can be enjoyed both on and off the dancefloor. On the B-side the melancholy of the continued longing for better days prevails, delivering a cut to make you think and sway at the same time. Electronic music for your mind, heart, body and soul.
Charles Webster: Thnx....both very nice....classic vibes....and that great vocal.....really reminds me of a Serious Groove type release, that's one of my fave labels ever so it must be a good thing.
Red Rack’em: Thank you. Loving Dust King so will try to play on my show. Sounding proper.
Levon Vincent: A nice hommage to the Detroit sound.
John Noseda: Cool tracks that are 100% the sound of Red D!
Jeroen Delodder: ‘Dust King’ is the one for me. I love the turn it takes around the 2 min mark.