The debute single from Goodgreef resident James Cottle

Written by Remco on 11 March 2016 in Releases
The debute single from Goodgreef resident James Cottle
James Cottle’s electronic music dawn came via a trip to Ibiza back in 2007, where he not unsurprisingly caught Paul van Dyk spinning the opening night of Cream, Amnesia.

FFWD 9 years and, in something of a dream come true for the Durham-based DJ and Goodgreef Resident, James has landed his debut production a release through PvD’s VANDIT Recordings.

James’ discog opener couldn’t be more title-appropriate. Tonally and stylistically, a full-court-press of a track, ‘Opening’ bears down on its break, powered by piston-like beats, tremor-ific bass and annihilating acid lines. 

Laying up at the drop with hymnal vocal harmonies and echoing piano lines, it finally gates the synths up a storm and goes above-the-rim with a jaw-drop, crowd-wowing mainline.

‘Opening’ is out and about from today.

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