Last summer, famous bass music maker LAXX announced the launch of a new alias called LINK. Since then, LINK has released several original tracks and remixes honoring the classic sounds of hard house, unprotected, and techno, including “Age Of Love,” “I Can’t Take It, “and a remix of” Show Me “by Habstrakt.
Now, LINK is back with more modernity and any vintage energy to him Turbo EP.
Turbo there are three previously released tracks: a hard-wearing house-wearing belter called “Fader,” an untitled arena nod titled “Come Together,” and the most recent cut, “I Want You,” rooted in the inspirational sound
Three more unheard songs are also included Turbo, connects the LINK concept even further. “On A Roll” sounds like a modern house bass tone, but the high tempo and clever sound samples are still reminiscent of the days of finding the hard house through dubious sources like Napster and LimeWire.
The teen “WATUGOT” of the early 2000s Eurodance, and EP closer to “The Concept” both behaved, the shark brought back the sound of the arena. LINK has been even more glorious in honoring the past days, while remaining ahead in terms of production cost and style.
“I fell in love with the records I heard growing up as a child in England, and the Turbo EP really sums up all my influences,” LINK explained in an EP statement. “Everything from unprotected to techno to hard house, and every track on this EP has a different feel or style injected. I feel like good music has a part in someone here, and in the every track I collect and focus my memories and feel and put that on them. ”