Breaks / Breakbeat / UK BassLOSSLESS

KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita – Folding / REKIDS191

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RELEASE: Folding
ARTIST(S): KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita

REMIXERS: KUSP (UK), Radio Slave, Roman Flügel

LABEL: Rekids | REKIDS191
GENRE: LOSSLESS, Breaks / Breakbeat / UK Bass
RELEASED: 2021-11-12


  1. KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita – Folding feat. Pablo:Rita (Extended) (06:15) key, bpm135
  2. KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita – Folding feat. Pablo:Rita (KUSP ‘After Dark’ Mix) (06:45) key, bpm133
  3. KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita – Folding feat. Pablo:Rita (Roman Flügel Remix) (06:20) key, bpm135
  4. KUSP (UK), Pablo:Rita – Folding feat. Pablo:Rita (Radio Slave ‘New Age Of Love’ Remix) (05:00) key, bpm70

Total Playtime: 00:24:20 min

Arriving on Radio Slave’s vital Rekids imprint following 2020’s ‘Freedom of Fear EP’ on Rekids Special Projects, British duo KUSP deliver the captivating ‘Folding’, featuring vocals from Pablo:Rita and remixes from label boss Radio Slave and electronic music luminary Roman Flügel. A deviation from the duo’s upfront techno records, which have been supported by likes of Luke Slater, Regal, Truncate, and more, KUSP have crafted an emotive breakbeat jam featuring vocals from London-based duo Pablo:Rita.

“Folding is something a little bit different from the usual techno records we put out, it’s melodic, uplifting and deviates away from the normal 4/4 beat we’ve been known for in the past. It’s a track we’ve kept under wraps for quite a while now but we’re over the moon to finally unleash it on Rekids. – KUSP

Following the A1 is the ‘After Dark’ mix, which sees the duo head to heavier territories, stripping away the vocals and going for the jugular with crisp, pounding drums under the original’s melodic touch. On the flip, Roman Flügel brings his years of clubland experience to the table, introducing a wonky electro-esque pattern, arpeggiated synth lines, before an ecstatic breakdown takes hold. For the final version, Radio Slave returns to his use of breaks and delicate atmospherics with his evocative, early-rave referencing ‘New Age Of Love’ remix.

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