I’ve been bugging out on this “Jacob & Fabrice” EP by Logo all morning. It just came out via Kitsuné a few days back, May 21. You can pick it up here. I’m sure my neighbors aren’t the happiest with me at the moment, but whatevs. Both original tunes are rather colossal and must say that they compliment each other quite well.
“Fabrice” takes a little acid house, some cues from trance and tribal and throws it all together in a raise-the-roof mentality. Seriously, though, play this at the right time to the right crowd and you’ve got yourself a party. And then there’s the synth stabbing “Jacob,” which is equally as dangerous of a weapon if wielded correctly.
Remix-wise, Crackboy delivers a jackin’ take on “Fabrice,” 5kinAndBone5 (the two Californians off the Unknown To The Unknown imprint), turns in a more rhythmically fractured take on things, while Darabi opts for a futuristic Detroit angle on “Jacob” by smoothing out the corners and adding some jazzy chords and soulful Prince-ish whispering.
BTW, the two put together a mini mix that you can download for free via the Kitsuné website here.