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Trisco are back after a long hiatus from releases but a new deal with Hope, should help matters out. Have they lost the magic since Musak?

Trisco – Southpaw (Hope Recordings)

Trisco have finally returned for 2005 and they have a new deal with Hope Recordings, based out of Bristol. Hope Recordings had a huge year in 2004, with the release of Grayarea’s Gravity, Benz and MD’s Wonder and Hyper’s Outsider. Trisco are best known for their 2000 track called Musak, which was hammered by every deejay under the sun. Jim Browski and Harvey Dawson have still been making music but this is their first real release in sometime. So now this is their first release on Hope, the track is called Southpaw and the remixers are Fluke, who have been at the forefront of the progressive scene for the last five years. Fluke are made up of Mike Bryant, Jon Fugler and Mike Tournier (who is half of Syntax with Jan Burton).

A.Southpaw (Original)
B.Southpaw (Fluke’s Glassjaw Mix)

A.Original


The Original starts with acid house sound effects backed by a solid bassline and you instantly know this is not your usual run of the mill track. The effects used in this song are spooky and it is instantly dives into a dark affair. I like the original vision of this song and it borrows some elements from the good ol days as they call them or the acid house era or for you lot that are new to acid house basically 1988 and 1989. The track contains a lot of energy and it is perfect for peaktime sets and it will please more of the progressive house mob but the song works well in a lot of genres. The track is not that complex at times because it just builds around a simple bassline and adds a ton of effects but it relies on the bassline for the most part, which is very good. The song does not vary much from the original blueprint but as they say, don’t fix what ain’t broken!. It is nice to see Trisco back with a decent label, putting out quality music and this is certainly a quality tune.

B.Southpaw (Fluke’s Glassjaw Mix)

Fluke is back as well, after a little bit of time away from producing. One of the trio was more concerned with working on his side project called Syntax, which had major fans in big name deejays remixing their tracks. However you want to look at it, Fluke are back with the remix for the first Trisco track in ages. Fluke take a harsher tone with this remix here, they use a harsher bassline and use heavier sound effects that are less acid house and more techy. The song is still bordering on progressive but Fluke does not overhaul the track like many remixers tend to attempt to do these days. They just really make the bassline a bit better and take it in a techier direction. I like it because you have a choice here, more acid house or more techy and depending on the crowd, you can tailor which side you pick. Tremendously solid work from the Fluke Boys

Conclusion:
Trisco are officially back and they prove here that “Musak” was no fluke. The track is certainly much more directed towards peaktime play. The original is more evil and slightly better than the Fluke Mix but they both seem to work well and it is nice to see Hope bringing back artists that deserve more play. Well done

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