In To Love

by Frogs In Socks

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When the Frogs In Socks first rose to prominence a few years back, their approach was straight-up funkadelic tech-house. And yep, they're still at it!
Having nailed everything they've taken on, from original work which you'll now find on some of the elite labels (Southern Fried, Arthouse), to remixing some major players (2 Bears, Dusty Kid, Two Lone Swordsmen) and our own artist Audrey Napoleon, they've finally given Death Proof some of the fruits of the labour to see if we can do them the same justice! But that's for you to decide...

'In To Love' starts off with typical Frogs' punch. Clicks, pops and glitch lace a bumping drum ensemble, leading into a short but blissful drop, teasing for the later elements of this immense piece of house. The bass then brings it back with aplomb, enough to shake any ass within ears reach and all leading to that big discoesque vocal and deep soulful breakdown.

And they don't let up! 'Diggin' is all about the bass, with a cheeky chopped up vocal plucking away amongst yet another swinging beat, only to decend in to some beautiful keys for the ever so subtle drop! Plenty of excitement for anyone who likes their grooves fat and weighty, it would undeniably deelite any funkster!

Timakz [Death Proof Recordings] brings the growl on the first remix of 'In To Love', flipping the bassline into a rolling feverous techno track. And depth preceeds everything, the vocals go far-and-wide, decaying into oblivion with a monstrous trippy synth winding its way through.

Max Graef's [Box Aus Holz] efforts provide a down-right rude piece of deep house. The Berlin based beatsmith adds even more space and depths to his remix of 'In To Love'. Muffled organic stabs lace a tight groove making for an infectious, bass-led, orgasmic transformation.

And we're honoured to have the infectious Hi!Population [Erase, Filthy Bitch] back on Death Proof for the remix of 'Diggin'. An off-tilt melancholic stab with a thunderous bassline leads the raved-up house track, he breaks down that cheeky vocal into a glitched undercurrent allowing the rest of the track to reverberate your head!

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released March 4, 2013

Timakz, Max Graef, Hi-Population!, Frogs In Socks

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