People From The Underground
Only on its 5th release and the new reformed Kismet Records is shaping up to be a label that is on everyone's lips, support on the releases have so far come from Essential New Tune at Pete Tong's iconic Radio 1 show to rave reviews and support from key players on the electronic music scene.
For this new release "People From The Underground", Kismet has hired DJ, Producer, club promoter Lee Pennington better known under his alias ‘Section 75’
and he certainly hits the spot with this thumping deep tribalisic groove.
Pennington is certainly not unknown on the underground scene having regularly played at basics, Jaunt, Shindig, Mint, The Egg, Fabric.
People of The Underground, comes with three mixes, the original from Lee Pennington himself, A Groove Syndicate remix and Kismet’s very own rising star Missing Beats.
All three mixes delivering something for everyone and will no doubt be a regular feature on the dance floors this summer.
Pennington’s original mix kicks in with a solid deep hypnotic groove and unmistakeable after hours vibe while creating ominous layers of techno with the added haunting spoken vocals of the man himself reminding everyone to forget the non-sense that has evaded our club culture with the VIP bottle service and stay real "we will still be here when everyone is gone" .
The Groove Syndicate remix quickly gathers momentum and is a slight more punchy creating a chunky and potent groove.
Missing Beats strips down the original and delivers all his finest ingredients of sounds creating a brilliant contrasting remix, with its tight beats and sexy baseline proving once again why he has lately become a in-demand remixer.