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Lolita Wants Something

Van Czar, Bianca Neroca

CZ050 | 2018-07-20  
Van is back with another fine effort and this time he enlists the vocal talents of Bianca Neroca on CZ's 50th release Lolita Wants Something. Van is fresh from his last outing - Palomas Negra which took us to the arena while this one keeps us more rooted to the club environment. He recently remixed Dave Angel who we all know is a mega force within techno. But Van has aligned himself with many legendary names over the years including Kevin Saunderson and no doubt he will work with more in the future. Spanish vocalist Bianca Neroca enters the electronic music world with her first professional release. She has studied singing for 3 years and she lends her voice to sing at many events including parties, weddings and entertaining patrons in restaurants. We are delighted to have her at CZ and look forward to hearing more of her work.

The Original Mix offers up a solid techno stomper filled with phat beats and a chaotic drum arrangement that dishes out a tight rhythm. Deep rumbling basses mesmerize as they dominate the low end while a series of computerised sounds add a spacey theme to the groove. Amongst the haphazard display we find an infectious vocal from Bianca, wrapped up in wide reverbs and smooth echoes. The vocal adds character and depth amongst the superb techno groove making this an absolute must have track in your arsenal.

Belgian DJ and producer Looper returns to CZ on remix duties which comes after his debut with the superb Desert Highway. He is synonymous with dishing out quality techno which is very much praised by a plethora of DJ's on the circuit including Charlotte De Witte, Marco Bailey and Kundalini to name just a few. His works have seen releases on various labels such as Coincidence Records, BUNK3R R3CORDS, Bass Tune Records, CZ, Kaskaderi, Deflection Music and General Records. Here Looper delivers a stomping techno groove on remix duties. Right from the off we're locked into the vibe as thumping kicks with a bassy tone are met by slicing hi hats and the haunting vocal. On the low end we find a deep rumbling bass which is accompanied by a hypnotic synth note. A top notch arrangement that will definitely keep the floor moving.

Lastly we have the Instrumental version which strips out the vocal to leave a myriad of intertwining notes that form into a tight rhythmic techno joint. One for the late night parties here.
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