RBS003 | 2014-03-10  
Ritter Butzke Studio returns this February with the ʻSome Might Workʼ EP, courtesy of resident of the infamous Berlin nightclub, which gives the imprint its name, Kuriose Naturale.
Following the successful launch of the Ritter Butzke Studio imprint in 2013, the label steps into the 2014 with more underground sounds. Kicking things off with material from one of the clubs long-time residents Kuriose Naturale, who drop their very first release here in the shape of ʻSome Might Workʼ.
The A1 cut bears the title "Madame Psychosis", and as the name would suggest the record embodies a dark aesthetic, which generates a hypnotic, spell binding feel throughout the composition as it subtly unfolds over seven minutes.
Following as the A2 we have "Up From Here", tipping the focus towards a more groove-led piece. The trackʼs driven by short vocal snippets, lingering low-end
bass, a resonant synth hook and a classic stab sequence driving the movement throughout.
Entering the B-Side we have the original mix of title track ʻSome Might Workʼ, opening with soft melodies, sweeping ethereal pads and a hooky saw-wave bass line, before the focal stages sees the cut come into fruition as the duo introduce vocal lines and layer up some additional melodic touches.
Then to close the release Swiss artist Kellerkind turns in an old school house interpretation of ʻSome Might Workʼ, blending vocal chops, cosseting house chords and a raw, bumpy bass hook to great effect.
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