The 2nd LP from Rene LaVice on the Ram Records imprint was one that cemented his reputation as one of the most musically distinct artists in his field. â€˜Play With Fireâ€™ presented a brand new twist in the Rene LaVice discography. Featuring a range of tracks that bridge the gap between genres, itâ€™s been Reneâ€™s most diverse output to date. And since the LP dropped on his extensive fan base, whilst snaring new audiences across the musical spectrum, heâ€™s back with reworks on some of the LPs most outstanding titles.
â€˜Waveâ€™ rolls out first, infusing a more domineering indie-rock breakdown against Reneâ€™s signature snare, it steps even further out of the drum & bass paradigm. Still lead by vocal crescendos weaving between the mix, itâ€™s still instantly recognisable.
Up next youâ€™re presented with a brand new cut, one likely to grasp the attention of anyone who enjoys grimy beats and a brooding bassline. Snapping kick drums stand alongside quaking subs to take you deep into Reneâ€™s darker sound bites. â€˜Wicked it Worksâ€™ is yet again another fresh record sure to ignite the anticipation for this release. With jungle breaks and a ragga sample pushing through its layers, the track is a welcome add on to his LPs 2016 successor.
Lastly comes the retake on Reneâ€™s â€˜Lights Outâ€™, drawing once again for the voice talents of David Boomah and contorted over a more old school uptake on the original. A rolling number that reverberates on impact, it still holds the same weight, but through an alternative construction of beats.
So hereâ€™s to another milestone in Rene LaViceâ€™s career â€“ one that will resound for years to come and further indent him in the genreâ€™s history books.
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