House music runs through Juan Kidd’s veins: Beatport #1’s including releases on the mighty Defected, Size, Toolroom, Great Stuff, & Rebirth to name a few more than prove his pedigree in dance music.
Recently, he’s been locked in the studio penning his debut album due later this year. In the mean time, we have the first EP of slamming house via his own Weirdo label.
The Kidd has gone back to his jackin’ House roots on “Trippin” – a slammin’ piece of acidified house music with old-school beats, tight bassline, & an ever-moving acid lead.
“Day & Night” is a rollin’ slice of house with an amazing vocal chopped & fucked up throughout the track but left to breath in the breaks, a definite anthem for those discerning house heads.
“All I Ever Wanted” has an old-school feel with bang on up to date production, 909 drums, analogue synths, & a dope bassline.
Whichever is your track, the whole EP delivers a house sound that’s on point.