Lee burridge 1/2/1904 12:07 Am
- Words: Chris Muniz
- Label: Global Underground
Lee Burridge attempts to capture the differing rhythms of night and day on the second installment of Global Underground's 24:7 series. True to form, Burridge charts an eclectic course across a number of genres and styles, weaving a superb selection of house, techno and breakbeat together with remarkable style. The Day disc keeps it deep, with dubby, celestial atmospheres and throbbing beats from artists like Miguel Plasencia, Rhythm Plate, Whoop Whoop and Steve Bug. The Night disc ups the ante as well as the tempo, giving way to distorted beats, crazed vocals, and straight-up dancefloor grit courtesy of Terry Francis, Subware and Ricardo Villalobos. Impressive.
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