It’s not often that you come across a nu disco track that is also infused with elements of psychedelic dance, but Justin Robertson and Brix Smith have pulled it off perfectly with their new EP, ‘Brix Goes Tubular.’ This record is the perfect soundtrack for summertime fun – whether you’re chilling at the beach or getting down in the basement. If you’re looking for some new music to add to your playlist, be sure to check out this EP!
Justin Robertson & Brix Smith – Brix Goes Tubular EP.
The EP is the latest release from the psychedelic disco duo, and it features the smash hit ‘Brix Goes Tubular’. The song is a smooth slice of psychedelic dance, with a dub-infused sound that is sure to get you moving. It’s the perfect record for any beach party or basement bash, and it will definitely help you escape the mundane reality of everyday life. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to ride the wave of an endless summer’s day.
“We wanted to capture the spaciousness of a distant beach as the surf rolled in and the sound of a rider in the tube of the wave,” explains Justin Robertson . “The wide open palette of dub and particularly the vibe of Compass Point was very much our touchstone. There are hints of the Tom Tom Club in there too, for good measure”.
Talking about the track and collaboration Brix Smith says; “I’ve always longed to collaborate with Justin, who can manipulate sound in a very different way than myself. He is a magician who creates dimension transcending sonic atmospheres. The metaphor of surfing came to me instantly when I first heard the track. Surfing is a dynamic physical and spiritual experience. You are ‘in tune’ with Mother Nature”.
Witchy & Immersion.
The ‘Brix goes Tubular’ EP features two new cuts that are contrasting but complimentary; the acid trip ‘Witchy’ and the Detroit techno-influenced ‘Immersion’. ‘Witchy’ is straight from the far out corners of the cosmic dance floor, and ‘Immersion’ combines low-slung psychedelic groove and lysergic synth washes with, in Robertson’s own words, “the slightest hint of 1960’s film soundtrack”. These two new tracks show the wide range of Robertson’s musical influences, and his ability to create interesting and innovative music.
About Justin Robertson.
Justin Robertson is a true musical visionary. For over 30 years, he has been pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music, collaborating with some of the biggest names in the industry. From the acid house explosion of the late 1980s to his work with JUSTICE and PBR Streetgang today, Justin Robertson is always looking for new ways to innovate.
About Brix Smith.
Brix Smith is another musical legend. As a singer, songwriter, and guitarist, she has made her mark on the punk and indie scenes. Her work with THE FALL, THE ADULT NET, and EXTRICATED is truly iconic. These two artists are coming together for an unforgettable live performance. Get ready to experience the cutting edge of music!
An EP Full Of Catchy Danceable Tunes.
Brix Goes Tubular is the latest EP release by Justin Robertson’s Deadstock 33s & Brix Smith. The five-track EP features a mix of original songs and extended versions, including the title track, “Brix Goes Tubular.”
Robertson and Smith are no strangers to creating catchy, danceable tunes, and they continue to impress with this latest release. The EP opener, “Brix Goes Tubular,” is a prime example of their ability to craft an infectious groove. The song’s clever use of samples and synth lines will keep you coming back for more, while the extended version and dub mix offer up different takes on the original track.
If you’re looking for something a little different, check out “Witchy.” This dark and atmospheric track is sure to send chills down your spine. And finally, “Immersion” rounds out the EP with a slower, more introspective vibe. Whether you’re looking to dance or just relax and groove, this EP has something for everyone. So don’t wait – stream Brix Goes Tubular today!
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