The Presslaboys - Boys Don

The Presslaboys - Boys Don't Smile

Red Ant Records [] | RAR 055 - Apr. 12, 2006

Vinyl || Progressive House

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The Presslaboys, Luigi and Omar, rising stars in the world of underground dance, present their debut single on London's highly revered Red Ant imprint.

The lads from Italy serve up some no nonsense stomping electronic tastiness on the A-side, a good old fashioned builder, with all the bells and whistles, some tough old skool 808 percussion, with some crunchy stabs and bleeps, that come together giving you a heads-down on the dancefloor and lets go.

The flip side sees the lads getting a bit more subtle and creative, and slightly less direct, with 2 tracks of quality moody house music. The first is a deeper more proggy mix of the main cut, 'Boys donâ??t Smile' (Although producers of some amazing dance music over the years, the Italians have never been awarded any prizes for naming their songs) and will feature in the boxes of the big room boys who like it a bit more formulated. The 2nd cut, is a fine piece of acid-funk, a very clever piece of music that starts  deep and dirty, but takes a few twists and turns, and could be a winner for the London tech housers...This is a very limited 20 copy mailout, with only a couple copies out there already, being dropped by the likes of Senor Bones, Mr. Lee Burridge and the Peace Division main man Justin Drake. Nice.