With their latest release this month, German production duo Robosonic has taken their crate digging-inspired technique in creating techno and deep house productions to a new nostalgic place. On "Free Flow," they've partnered up with underground house label Simma Black and one of hip hop's most revered artists: KRS-One. Famed for his Bronx upbringing, work with Boogie Down Productions, and the hardcore track "Sound Of Da Police" that launched his solo career, he's been operating a bit under the radar in recent years, landing features on tracks and releasing EPs. On "Free Flow," Robosonic has helped to resurrect his iconic voice over what is probably the closest you can get to having a "b-boy" house beat with the hi hat as the center rhythm driver. Paired with synths and of course one of the most iconic disco samples out there: the baritone sax solo from Marva Whitney's "Unwind Yourself," later used in tracks like DJ Kool's "Let Me Clear My Throat."
On top of creating a groovy deep house track that ignites many nostalgic musical points, Robosonic invited Low Steppa to remix the track into a retro garage house track. Check out both below.
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