One of the Netherlands most discerning producers, Crazy Monk label-head and Amsterdam taste-maker Arie Mando steps up to present a label debut for Studio 405.
"Street Kid EP" maintains influences of the garage and bassline sounds for which he's best known.
"This EP has house sensibilities; a direct 4/4 foundation, keyboard hooks and vocal loop."
The title track “Street Kid” is expansive, bumping house at its finest, with an ear-worm vocal and adrenaline-building breaks designed to pack out the dancefloor. From an artist who is building a very carefully considered discography, this is a key moment from Arie Mando, not to be missed.
Track ID: Street Kid
“1031” is more stripped back, with dry hits and driving kicks bringing smoother energy as vocals add to the groove. It’s a real roller for getting the floor sweaty.
Finally, Vato Loco steps up with some old school rude boy attitude that brings a sense of feeling and this one is sure to prove to be another big weapon. The “Street Kid” remix is a 100% club tool with driving bass line, shuffling hi hats and a punchy kick and shows the perfect signature sound of Vato Loco. Firing and well produced, this is more dance floor dynamite for all and pure underground club feeling here!
More Arie Mando Releases on:
Crazy Monk Records | Guerrilla Records | Discoballs Records | Distrikt Records | Pure Beats Records | Tengu Recordings | Underground Addicitive | Urban Dubz Music | Snake Beat Records | Pogo House Records | Hi Energy Records | Groove is our Business | Mole Music | Melodymathics | Sundries | House Cookin' Records | Smashing Trax Records