Erosion Flow "Power City Motives"
- Words: Chris Kokiousis
- Photo: Daniel Hjorth
Danish producer Erosion Flow (a.k.a. Henrik Koefod) recently signed to George FitzGerald's rising ManMakeMusic label, and is giving us the pleasure of premiering an outtake before his debut EP drops early next year. "Power City Motives" is an unvarnished slab of gritty house, with each carefully chosen sonic element banded together for maximum rhythmic impact. Bass rules on this cut—the kick drum, sub frequencies, and other low-end textures dominate the mix as hyped-up vocal samples recite Koefod's "straight-up" intentions.
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