Artist: Kwirky
Title: Fusion Sister
Label: Binary Records
By: Simon Jones | 3 October 2003
  • A1: Original Mix
  • B1: Freeloader Mix
  • B2: Acapella

Kwirky "Fusion Sister"

Out Now on Binary Records

Kwirky's 'Sweat' was a big release on Junior, and 'Fusion Sister' has received equal support from a range of djs including Matthew Dekay, Deep Dish, Futureshock and many more. All signs point to a potential hit for Binary Recordings, but is the verdict as black or white as it seems.

Kicking off with a laid back melodic intro, the 'Original' soon spins off into a mesh of acidic effects and electro, over which the crazy vocodered vocal floats. Tight drum beats rise and fall within the groove, taking you deeper and deeper. Fusion between speaker and dancefloor will result with this acid edged number.

Freeloader strip it down a bit for a slightly more progressive edged adventure on the flip, and the added 'Acapella' is a welcome addition for the slightly more experimental djs to toy with.

All in all, a fair release from Binary, but still living in the shadow of 'Sweat'.

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