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Artist: Anthony Middleton
Title: Insomniac Nights EP
Label: Get Physical
Remixer: Just Be
Cat. #: GPM210
Format: Digital
Release Date: January 28th 2013
Tracklist:
1. Till The End Of…
2. Till The End Of… (Just Be Remix)
3. Things Don’t Change, People Do
4. Things Don’t Change, People Do Too
5. Momentary Lapse of Bacon (Piano Version)
6. Momentary Lapse of Bacon (Dub Version)

Anthony Middleton – you might know him as one half of Audiofly. The UK born producer and longtime friend came to us with a selection of tracks he produced on his own and dubbed it the ‘Insomniac Nights EP’.

First up on the 4 track effort is ‘Till The End Of…’, a cool number in the style Anthony is known for. Relaxed, raw and heavy. Anthony uses vocal samples to great effect here as he plays with the bassline, achieving a brilliant atmosphere fit for deep summer nights or fresh winter mornings.

Next, Anthony calls on Just Be for his take on the matter, who then replies with an up-tempo version. Adding various elements to the soundscape, raising the tension and darkening the mood, Just Be’s mix breathes a new air into the original.

‘Things Don’t Change People Do’ is a buttery blend of percussion and warm chords, creating a relaxed mood to swing your hips. The track extends just over the 11 minute mark, giving you time to get into the mood and lose yourself on the dancefloor, just exactly as you should.

The last slot on the EP is home to ‘Things Don’t Change, People Do Too’, a variant of the previous track, it adds a bit more energy to the floor with its space-y synth lines and careful use of reverb on the percussion. Pads rise and fall, adding a dynamic flow to the track and keeping things interesting throughout.

And if that wasn’t enough for you, we’ve got another more. If you buy the entire release, we’ll give you ‘Momentary Lapse of Bacon’ free, and in two flavors! This is a bit more relaxed, with an after hour touch to it. The main synthline floats beautifully against the deep percussion, creating a unique blend of groove and rhythm.

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