Evil Nine – Little Prince & Roar

Evil Nine dropped their new EP a few days ago at the Bad Life Recordlabel. Two really catchy tunes! Listen to the preview and get your copy at BEATPORT. My personal fav is “Roar” but check what the others said about:

DiploTight!
Zombie NationI love Evil Nine
Alex MetricLove the Evils, love Bad Life, Love these tracks
Style Of EyeFull support!
Andy George (BBC Radio 1)Loving the sound of this!

? Evil Nine – Little Prince & Roar

Label discription:

We’ve spent 20 minutes in vain thinking of what genre to describe these two massive Evil Nine club tracks as.

However, what we do know is that it’s big-peak-time-party-coming-up-and-dancing-yer-tits-off music, should beatport declare that to be a permissible genre.

When we got them through we we’re taken aback by how infectiously boisterous and fun they were so we insisted that we put them out.

Evil Nine have been about for blimmin’ years (since the end of the last century in fact) making umpteen fantastic records and jetting across the planet since back in the good old days when DJ Street was paved with gold, cocaine and hookers. But for us these two tracks sound like something seriously new, so fit extremely well with what we do here at Bad Life. Yeah, there’s cheeky winks to the past, but it’s the way that it’s brought together that for us makes this EP very exciting indeed.

Definitely coming to a club near you!

Bio excerpt:

Tom Beaufoy and Pat Pardy first combined skills in 1998 and were quickly identified as a quality DJ/Producer duo by Adam Freeland who signed them to his Marine Parade label. Since then each of their releases have distinguished Evil Nine as innovators who refuse to blend into the scene, deriving their musical flavour from multiple influences including post punk, italo-disco, electro, classic power ballads, techno, krautrock, yacht rock, hip hop & 80’s electronic movie soundtracks … For more go to their FB-page.

More Info’s:
Evil Nine on Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud

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