- Record label
- Shoot Recordings
- Catalog Number
- Release Date
- February 17th 2014
|A1||Larchmont||Pawn & Calculon||4:02|
|B1||Larchmont||Pawn & Calculon remix Om Unit||5:04|
The scene is buzzing about the new uptempo sound of Shoot Recordings. Beyond juke, beyond jungle and definitely beyond classification, Shoot Recordings represents the next evolution of bassmusic, energizing dancefloors and thrilling headphone jockeys at the same time. For the new year, Shoot comes correct with yet another monster that no outdated genre is big enough to to hold. They call it Larchmont. From Pawn and Calculon, two dons of the next level, Larchmont roars out of the gate with b-boy flair and classic jungle breaks. But after the drop it's something else entirely, a two-step roller with a juke stutter that builds and builds and until it goes off the rails in a fucking blaze of glory. In the cold heart of winter, Larchmont is a flamethrower of uptempo action to ignite your night. And then there's the remix from Om Unit. Perhaps no one pushed the bassmusic envelope in 2013 as hard as Om Unit, and his remix of Larchmont continues the trend, flipping the original into a dubbed out half-stepper that starts mean and gets more rugged as it goes. This is dubby, deep-space funk like only Om Unit could do it, but with a Shoot Recordings sheen. The fatness.