Teddy Killerz – Interference
A simple and steady snare line starts off the tune with plenty of surrounding effects to peak your interest. Quickly the tune drops and you are off and running. Heavy sub bass and perfectly calculated edits create a stomp-er of a tune that has you nodding your head from the get go. Excellent sound design allows the few elements to really carry the weight of the tune while also creating a driving energy that infects the listener. Simple and creative brands this tune a dance-floor killer as its going to fit in many different style sets and allow for the dj to change directions at ease.
Teddy Killerz – Nerd Starter Pack
We start in a soundscape straight from a horror film, accompanied by dark techno style strings. An insanely digital style build stops the intro and gets you ready for the drop. Once the drop hits heavy bass dropping in triplets is accompanied by a piercing techno stab running in front and controlling your attention. An onslaught of well placed classic samples tickle each timing change and give momentary reprieve from the chaos. The breakdown is a complete reset and quickly builds back to the energy of the first drop. Really fun and heavy tune that are going to have the heavier djs dancing in the booth!
Teddy Killerz – Revenge
A quirky and atmospheric stage is set with a clean and steady beat leading the way. The energy builds quick and skips past any first breakdown straight into the drop. Steady and distorted bass lay the foundation and a phat bleep runs in front accompanied by plenty of filtered elements weaving in and out of the background. Haunting vocals and pads wash in and out of the tune while changing drum breaks fill the timing changes. The vocal takes center stage during the main breakdown and provides a break from the beating. Quickly building again the tune rushes towards the 2nd drop which has a very creative tease and then right back to banging away. This one is both heavy and on the deeper side of things so it will be fun to hear this worked into sets and working over the dance floor.
Words by Bad Martian