Stockholm party-starters Carli Löf and Måns Glaeser joined forces to form Savage Skulls, injecting some much-needed tropical booty-shaking vibes in the Swedish nightlife. They pride themselves on their particular brand of fast-paced, elegant and utterly ridiculous club tracks, bringing together heavy techno beats with Jamaican dancehall flavor to create a refreshingly fun outlook on electronic club music. We were so impressed with their debut EP ‘Bumps’ on Switch’s label, Dubsided, as well as their collaborations with Crookers on ‘Crookers Presents Dr. Gonzo’ and Douster for the Mad Decent single Bad Gal that we knew we had to work with them. After contributing to the fourth ‘Hard Ass Sessions’ volume with a bass-heavy French Fries collaboration named Marawa, it’s now time for a full-fledged single release on Enchufada with two huge tunes that are sure to bring the ruckus to your favorite club.
The first track is called No 1 Spot and it’s all about crazy synths, cartoony voice loops and pounding drums in true hedonistic fashion. A straightforward club track that doesn’t fail to deliver the bass pumping goods, complete with those hands-in-the-air moments that clubbers life for and an infectious africanized drum shuffle aimed straight for the ladies’ hips. Sweaty good times will be had by all.
Lorimer is the second banger on the album and it’s all about the peak time. When the party is going strong and ravers are asking themselves how can it possibly get any harder, the Swedish duo spring to action with the answer. Kuduro-influenced drums and an epic synth line come together to form a chaotic dancefloor bomb, sure to inspire some of the craziest dance routines yet. Expect this crazy and electrifying tune to turn up the heat on the wildest parties out there.
Enchufada’s brand new single shows us Savage Skulls at their best, doing what they love to do most: making bodies move. And move they shall when the duo’s crazy globalized beats and fever-inducing synths work their magic on a pumped-up crowd. If you don’t believe us just take a listen to the ‘No 1 Spot’ EP and you’ll just how fast you’ll be ready to hit the clubs.
released February 20, 2012
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