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Great song by Roy Davis Jr ft. Bear Who? with a killer remix package by the likes of His Majesty Andre, DJ Gant-man, Leonardus & Eric Sharp which is out now on RIS Labs.
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RIS 014: Roy Davis Jr ft. Bear Who? – Automatic Principles by RISLabs
ABOUT THIS RELEASE
Rock It Science Laboratories levels up again with their 2nd release of 2012: Roy Davis Jr & Bear Who?’s Automatic Principles. All mixes play off of Bear’s inventive B-Boy style hip house vocals, with Roy leading the way with two fantastic takes. His “Autoelectrik Speaker Killa Mix” goes straight for the big floors with huge bottom-heavy electro synths over drums reminiscent of his release on Thomas Bangaltar’s Roule. His house mix is straight up classic Chicago house, masterfully weaving together a tapestry of samples. Leonardus cranks the filter disco goodness vibe up to 11. His Majesty Andre departs from his norm, developing a spacious sound scape with shuffled percussion and dark gritty tech house synths. DJ Gant-man busts out a slowed down juke groove clearly made for the ladies. Finally Eric Sharp takes us back to the ‘90s with a speed garage remix replete with big open hi-hats, warbling bass and energetic horn stabs.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
There is way too much to say about the legendary Roy Davis Jr. His storied career began as a member of the acid house group Phuture, touring the world. He then went on to be an A & R scout for Strictly Rhythm. Roy released “Gabriel” in 1998 which became an immediate anthem and is still played worldwide. This track is credited as the first song to coin the term “garage” which the UK Funky / Garage / Future Bass movement is derived from. Roy has too many remix credits and releases to name, but suffice to say he is a major player in dance music’s past, present, and future. Bear Who? is best known for his vocal work and writing on the 2003 EDM break-out anthem “Fix My Sink.” A man of many aliases and avatars, Bear is quite prolific in the studio and works with artists like Roy Davis Jr, Basement Jaxx, Laidback Luke, Junior Sanchez and Todd Terry.
Genres: House, Tech House, Electro, Acid House, Drumstep
Early DJ Support: Armin Van Buurin, Mustard Pimp, Switch, Joachim Garraud, Tony Senghore, Feadz, Markus Schulz, Roy Davis Jr, Malente, Blu Jemz, Murderbot, Plump DJs, Freq Nasty, Laurent Garnier, Adam F, Peo De Pitte & many more.
ABOUT THE RELEASE:
The Explorer EP is aptly named, as Eric employs a variety of sound scapes and production techniques in this offering. The EP is quickly making an impact, having been featured on Beatport’s main page and played on radio from Australia to Italy to Asia. “Hope Springs Eternal” is a tropical house groove that is featured on Discobelle, complete with an edit by house legend Roy Davis Jr. “Let It Go” is an electro banger with pounding drums, vicious stabs, a wobbling bass line and a floor-crushing vocal that appeared in Mustard Pimp’s latest mix. “The End Of Mankind” brings influences from Grime, Juke, and Drumstep together with monstrous sounds and madcap vocal work by Louisahhh!!! and Sharp himself in a tongue in cheek apocalyptic scene.
ABOUT ERIC SHARP:
Eric Sharp heralds diversity and the freedom to express a variety of emotions and moods through his work, regardless of the incessant genre boundaries that are rampant in dance music. The Explorer EP, his debut solo offering on his own label Rock It Science Labs, reflects this sentiment. Prolific in the studio and tireless behind the decks, Eric’s tunes have turned up in sets by a host of internationally renowned DJs. 2011 was a huge year for Eric, with a flurry of collaborations, remixes, and performances at high profile events such as Outside Lands, Amsterdam Dance Event, Decibel Festival, SXSW, Ultra Week, Dim Mak and more. 2012 looks to be even better for Mr. Sharp; watch for him to continue rising.
“For those of you who dig UK Funky, 2step Garage, Bass Music and Moombahton don’t sleep on this mix. Plenty more to come, there’s so much good music coming out right now I gotta share it with the world! Ice cream moustache artwork by Shayna Yasuhara…Eric Sharp”
1. Matt Prehn ft. Lu Chase – Still Got Love (Eric Sharp Remix)
2. Maverick Sabre – Let Me Go (Mike Delinquent Remix)
3. Hostage – Energise
4. Marc Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse – Valerie (The Count & Sinden Remix)
5. The Count & Sinden – Future
6. Roy Davis Jr. featuring Bear Who? – Automatic Principles (Eric Sharp Speed Garage Remix)
7. AC Slater ft. Xyphoon Jones – Believe Me (Botnek Remix)
8. Wachs Lyrical – Summer Beat (Udachi Remix)
9. Slap In The Bass – Egypt (Hostage Remix)
10. DJ Fame & Eric Sharp – The Chirps (Boyfriend Moombahton Remix)
11. Chrome – Wake Up (Heartbreak Remix)
12. Kreayshawn – Gucci Gucci (Long Johns & Bobby la Beat Remix)
13. Toddla T – Take It Back (Dillon Francis Remix)
14. Sebastian – Embody
This new Scion A/V release is going to be huge! Big ups to Roy Davis Jr, Chicago legend who played the first ever Rock It Science party and one of the best DJ/Producers of our time as well as Bear Who!?, one of house music’s dopest vocalists of all time. Both of these guys are full of love for music – great work dudes!
Grab the original and the Junior Sanchez & Treasure Fingers remixes below, or you can get a zip of the whole package from Scion A/V here.
And check out this fresh trailer: