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Drua
Leisureplex

Leisureplex

Artists

Drua

Labels

Spray

Catno

SPRAY002

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Country

Germany

Release date

Sep 9, 2022

Leisureplex, Spray, SPRAY002, Drua, Electronic Music, Vinyl Records, Chat Noir distribution, Chat Noir store,

Sound the alarms, red-hot new label Spray has checked in for round two; nummer zwei.. though far from dry; with Leisureplex, a suspiciously proficient debut from Dublin’s Drua. Joining the prog-parade full steam ahead, the 3 tracker dabbles in tech trance activity with a bonus remix from Berlin’s backbone Mor Elian. The enigmatic newcomer showcasing mature structural bliss, crafted for moments of subconscious synchronicity between the dj and their dancers.

Breaking out of the cookie cutter mold in sharp fashion is the title track, rolling effortlessly with addictive bell delays and morish gating. Layers graciously build a wall of sound that can’t be broken down; splintered shakers flicker above board whilst demonic vocal blurs act as rhythmic counterparts. Mor Elian’s dystopian leaning rendition still holds some stealthily euphoric aura, the heavy handed machine drum freakout a brain scattering rendering on speed.

The B Side stands alone tall and proud; Larp feels like a climax at the party. Sirens flaring high as hell, the rise and fall of the bassline bouncing in tandem with driving drums, only stopping for a dramatic drumroll. An essential to top off a seriously stunning first record from Drua, get it before he blows up!

Available in 3 days

Sep 30, 2022

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15€*

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A1

Drua

A2

Drua - Leisureplex (Mor Elian Remix)

B1

Drua - LARP

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