Jacques Lu Cont may very well be the King Midas of electronic music, everything he touches turns to audio gold. Following up his release on Brodinski‘s Bromance Records, “In The Night” the multi-monikered producer targets Canadian techno-maestro Tiga’s latest original, “Plush,” with an industrial driven bass line and squeaky clean synthesis. Dark and ominous, Jacques Lu Cont throws away the original’s off tempo malaise and replaces it with a shuffling bass line, incessant percussion and heavy heaping of raucous energy.
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