Over the past year, James Somani and Morten Olsen have begun to establish themselves as a production duo to watch, receiving support from Diplo and Laidback Luke. After their impressive success with a slew of remixes earlier this year, Faustix & Imanos return with their first original release of 2012, “Ambulance.” A progressive/acid house hybrid that builds with big room, progressive synths and then smashes the dancefloor with a bone-rattling acid breakdown. Producers often find it hard translating their remixing abilities into original work, but these two have done it with ease. Released today as a free download via Strictly Rhythm this one is too good to overlook.
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