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Melody Attack

Floppy Sounds

WT50168 | 2006-09-27  
Floppy Sounds has been one of Wave Music's stable artists for years. In a sense, he has become a bit of an icon with a potent and inimitable style, a sound that has been heard on NRK, Junior Boy's Own, React and EMI. The man behind the beat, producer Rob Rives, dedicated a long time in the studio mastering his craft. The result is distinct and bound to blow your mind out of this world. His past outcomes have been on the diverse end, from deep house to techno all with a full barrage of psychedelic sound effects and twisted noises.

The title song Melody Attack is a complex piece, with many syncopated sounds playing off of one another. For his Floppy Sounds guise, the track goes much more melodic than his past production, with acid pads and bubbling synths creating boundless dancefloor energy. Rob has taken this somewhere slightly left field. Great percussion loop interplay is a highlight aspect of "Attack"this is truly a first for the tech-house genre. It's nasty, yet beautiful.

Counter Attack goes on a more lo-fi sounding, minimal techno journey. You'll get what Rives was getting at: a hypnotic groove, percolating FX and a steady progression; a journey through late-night corridors when you know there's no turning back. Dark sirens and crisp, electronic hi-hat pulses create a sinister, electro-tech vibe that must be heard to know that Floppy Sounds has taken dance music to a brave new level.

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