K90 Red Snapper/breathe (Single Review)

BK had better watch out. A new wave of hard gear is coming of age at the moment.One of the most notable acts from this new wave is K 90. His new track Red Snapper is a peak time stormer which will be lapped up in the clubs, building on his sturdy reputati

Date published: 16th Feb 2005

BK had better watch out. A new wave of hard gear is coming of age at the moment.One of the most notable acts from this new wave is K 90. His new track Red Snapper is a peak time stormer which will be lapped up in the clubs, building on his sturdy reputation for producing pumping hard trance tracks. This is one of those records that will appeal to the trance heads as well but its roots remain firmly on the bangin' scene. Soaring synths and swirling chords will have hands in the air, as the uplifting riff kicks in, then all together as the rhythm completes the whole puzzle. Quite a standard approach to dance music in reality, but the difference is K 90 does it well. The production is as clean as a house tackled by Kim and Aggie. If you are into music of a hard disposition this is going to be big on your scene, and while the remix package is as yet to be confirmed, you should expect support from some of the big names here both in the studio and on the dance floor.

Breathe is a more laid back track and, to a certain extent more of a commercial effort. A prominent feature of the track which some may find a little irritating is the vocal, and whether this will be accepted in the clubs with open arms or closed fists is a matter time will have to deal with. However, itís a good B side, which after all is exactly what it is.

 

Red Snapper by K90 is out now on Recover.

 

Words: Lee Boon

 

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