Bill Riley ‎– Wake Up / In At The Deep End

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In At The Deep End
Wake Up

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September 1, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Wake Up / In At The Deep End, 12", PTL01
It's Metalheadz at The Leisure Lounge & despite the fact that we had queued for about two hours to get in before hand, our legs were still just about usable even after being half destroyed from the fearsome selection that we had been pounded with up till the early hours, we know the night is drawing to a close with the last DJ, Fabio, about to step up in front of a still packed club. The perfect tonic to a hard fought night, his elegant selection had everyone swaying till what should have been the end............but with one last track he practically blew the roof off the place! Three rewinds later, the lights were on and the security were looking worried that nobody was leaving despite their best efforts.. At least 90% of the club was still there, grinding it out on the broken glass, spilt beer & discarded clothing, through that insanely long intro just waiting to hear that nasty reese bassline come tearing in one more time! I would have given at least £100 to get my hands on that track right then and there, if you can pick it up for 50p now!? DO IT!! don't sleep on this track, like the other side says WAKE UP!!
This is The Hypnotist at his very best..
rooney

rooney

October 25, 2013
referencing Wake Up / In At The Deep End, 12", PTL01
Nice little jazzy jungle/dnb roller from 1996 released on Protocol (a much over looked label) I love how chilled this tune is for most of it with the driving jungle break, the looped jazz sounds. Half way through it takes a slightly different direction and in comes a big gnarly jungle bassline that rips through your speakers! such a swift change in sound whilst still holding every element of the track together. Bill Riley is a decent producer, wonder what he's up to now?