January 5, 2012 | Duca’s ‘Loud Works’ released on Sub Bubble
Sub Bubble head honcho Bahar Canca expertly weaves her precision skills into Serbian producer Duca’s latest tech house monster, ‘Loud Works’.
Duca’s original is a fierce progressive techno beast, full of delicious industrial attitude, that takes charge of the speakers whether listening at home or at a cavernous warehouse party. Its dark mechanical sounds wouldn’t be out of place on the soundtrack of an early nineteenth century Russian propaganda film.
Bahar stays true to the authoritarian feel of the original but threads it with layers of tribal and psychedelica, giving the remix a much more trippy flavour. The rich techno bass lines are intercepted with breaks that hint towards 1950s cinematic melodrama in their brain twisting energy.
‘Loud Works’ is the first single out on Sub Bubble since the Turkish born DJ aired her three-part EP, which was widely praised earlier this autumn for its depth and creative use of sounds.
Duca, born Dusan Sekic, started wanting to make music at the age of 12 after visiting Belgrade techno raves. Dabbling in everything from acid trance to Goa trance, he finally reached his trademark progressives house and techno sound, releasing his first track in 2004 and sparking an international DJing career. This is the Serbian’s first track to appear on the upcoming West London based label.