Polekat - Dancing Queen (Disc 1) on Renaissance

Polekat - Dancing Queen (Disc 1)

Renaissance [UK] | RENX 007 - Sep. 17, 2003

Vinyl || Progressive House

Track info

Original
Robo Tourists Heart Monitor Dub

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Renaissance Recordings return with their first single in over a year, and what a return it is! Hooking up with long time acolytes Polekat, 'Dancing Queen' is a growling piece of dirty house perfection which has crossover written all over it. Polekat are also known for their work as Binary Recordings, recording under alternative guises of Backtrack and Freeloader. Recent productions have found favour with Pete Tong, who has given them extensive coverage on his Radio 1 Essential Selection. Along this well-traveled path to house music distinction they have signed tracks to the likes of Serious and Futureshockâ??s prestigious Fuju imprint, which has firmly established their pedigree amongst the cool house firmament. As Polekat they have had two previous releases on Renaissanceâ??s sister label USR but 'Dancing Queen' undoubtedly sees them come of age and make the jump to the main label proper. Nothing to do with the eponymous Abba classic, 'Dancing Queen' takes influences from the current wave of synth-driven retro cool and will no doubt be as happy on the floors of clubs such as Nag, Nag, Nag, Bugged Out! and Big Beat Boutique as it will at Renaissance. Remixes come courtesy of Freeloader, who add a coat of Dulux tribal filth (not available in shops), extend a devastating break and let all hell break loose on the other side. The mysterious Robo Tourists (who were last seen kicking off disc 2 on the latest Sound of Renaissance comp) come up trumps with a mix that develops an enormous bassline, twists the vocal around and emphasises the riff. In short, if the peak time credentials of the tune werenâ??t already assured, no doubt is left in the wake of this bomb.

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