L 33 – Melt / Let Loose [Addictive Behaviour]
Posted by Adam on 13th July 2014
Addictive Behaviour have always been about bringing through fresh new music, no matter who it’s from, and have been the launching pad for many an amazing tune. Melt and Let Loose are no different, with both cuts ready to cement both label and artist in people’s minds.
MELT is a slowly building masterpiece, where electronic themes are established early. An interesting spoken sample bleeds into the main section, were haunting flutes are inserted over the top of some rich pads and ticking drum effects. The bassline is not forgotten, and once an energetic break comes along, the low end rises up in the mix, making the total package something totally unique and absurdly addictive. L 33 really can do it all, producing a track the like of which you’ve definitely not heard yet.
LET LOOSE also glides into view, but soon takes a different path, with stronger kicks and a more straightforward approach. The engineering is the equal of Melt, with finely tooled drums and more humming, marauding bass pressure. A vocal snatch reveals itself, before L 33 pours things back in, making for a rough, rising tune which is going to be an absolute killer in the clubs. You’ll not be able to resist moving and grooving to this one, so get ready for Let Loose.