7 Days Entertainment | Big Strick | ButterBandz | Generation Next | OB Ignitt | Ron Cook | 7daysentcom001


This one will glue your feet to the dance floor.

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Format: Vinyl
We all have that experience: the party sucks, the DJ is clueless and you just want to have a good time. Thankfully the 7 Days ensemble is on full display here with their latest EP “Venom”. 4 monster tracks from Generation Next, Butterbandz, Big Strick, Ron Cook and a feature from none other than OB Ignitt. This one will glue your feet to the dance floor.

The record begins with Gnext giving us “Hot Girls, Cold Beer”. For some that’s all it takes to have a great night. The collision of sounds on Hot Girls has a sobering, late-night feel. Synth chords accompanied by hefty drum programing and daunting piano melodies

. Butterbandz lends the EP a smooth sort of relaxed house tune. He brings sublime drum programming, far reaching synths and a major bass groove. Ob Ignitt accompanies bandz with a tremendous piano solo showcasing his many talents on the keyboard.

“Jamblaya cracks my head, the drive and tension from the bassline in combination with the melodies: f**k me! WHY DOES GROOVE HURT SO MUCH?!!” – DJ Longsleeve / We Play House Recordings. A quote with many truths about the track from Big Strick. From start to finish it is guaranteed to keep you moving and grooving.

Lastly Reckless Ron Cook graces our ears once again with another techno theme. His eccentric synth rhythms are escorted by a brooding bass line. A new era and new sound are on the horizon for the techno veteran.

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