The Detroit Grand Pubahs man gets remixed by Robert Hood, DJ 3000 and Esteban Adame
Okay, so we're a little bit late on this one but I couldn't not tell you about it, because it really is a killer.
In its Original form, released back in April, Detroit Grand Pubah Oliver Way's Stained Glass Shadows was a broken beat techno cut, and here it gets the obligatory remixes. Esteban Adame serves up a organ-augmented 4/4 pass that'd work in deep house and deep techno sets alike, while DJ 3000's pacey, stabby rub is pure Detroit in the classic style.
The remix that's got this reviewer all hot under the collar, though, is Robert Hood's, wherein Stained Glass Shadows becomes as wigged-out a monster organ tune as you'll hear all month, with a constantly evolving main riff that'll give any dancefloor worth its salt a serious energy injection. It's again quite upbeat, housier than the other two... and an absolute beast, so don't sleep.
Words: Russell Deeks
Release date: Out now
Review Score: 9