Doctor Jeep - Jawbreaker EP (2017) // AUF027

by Doctor Jeep



Doctor Jeep makes his triumphant return to Aufect after his previous outing last Summer, that made the title cut “Dissociate” an anthem heard at festivals across the globe. He has gone from strength to strength and continued to release his music on a diverse selection of labels like Tuba, Tumble Audio & Enchufada. Our boy Andre proves that his reputation for producing infectious ear worms is not unfounded and he has provided these completely unique, yet at the same time, familiar tunes. They live up to the hype of last year’s release and build upon Jeep’s already immense stature.
This EP is comprised of three original Jeep MD tunes, plus two superb remixes courtesy of our pals Fixate and DJ Madd, whom need no introduction. The whole package beckons to be played at festivals and we’re already delighted with the responses we’ve seen so far. There is absolutely zero fucking around on this EP.
“Jawbreaker” gets things rolling with it’s hypnotic drums, which drop into portamento synth riffs bobbing and weaving themselves into the rhythms. Every sound used sparingly and to great effect. “B.C. Mosh” builds with an ominous flute riff that gives way to a catchy saw bass hook, that beckons to its forlorn partner and they have some brilliant moments calling and responding to one another. “Laff Trak” takes layers of sparse percussion and layers an atonal mid-bassline with a warm, low frequency sine wave. Constantly morphing as the low frequencies are filtered in unexpected and clever ways. Fixate’s understated but fierce re-imagining of “Laff Trak” bring us back to a dingy warehouse in 2009, where we’d expect to see Skream or Coki dropping Dubstep classics. However it seems he forgot the sequencer on 170 bpm instead of 140 and we’re treated to something that sounds equally classic and weighty, while deceptively simple. DJ Madd brings the heat on the final remix of “Jawbreaker”. Heavy 808 subs pulse, while a trademark DJ Madd hook skitters around your ears. Layers of programmed breakbeats keep the energy high and bring the release to a satisfying conclusion.


released June 26, 2017



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