hod014 | 2016-01-29  
Dutch duo Fouk deliver the next release on House of Disco Records featuring remixes from Snacks and Ron Basejam.

Fouk's roots date back to an early friendship during high school when Daniël Leseman and Hans Peeman started collecting vinyl. Leseman started producing, both under his real name and as 3 Colours, whilst Hans Peeman began building a reputation as Junktion. Coming together as Fouk, their debut vinyl dropped on their Outplay imprint and was followed up by outings on Heist and Room With A View. Now, the Dutchmen's appearance on House of Disco sees them join a roster spanning Francis Inferno Orchestra, Psychemagik, Late Nite Tuff Guy, Monitor 66 and Finnebassen.

'Gruff' consists of infectious guitar licks, heady synth melodies and a walking bassline that collaborate to form a funk-fuelled production. 'Freebooter' then delivers deep chords and subtle strings in a jaunty cut geared for peak time revelry, before 'Orchard' combines gentle piano keys with a strumming guitar and poignant pads in a groovy, low-slung number.

Ron Basejam steps up for the first remix of 'Gruff', stretching the original out across 8 minutes with a focus on intricate percussion and newly introduced vocal coos, until Snacks concludes the package with a lively rendition which heightening tension erupts into a charismatic crescendo.
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