Published on February 7th, 2016 | by Fifties
Tom Clyde – Neutrino / Slow Down
New on Census Sound Recordings please welcome Tom Clyde, one of the most promising breaks and tech-funk producers to come out of Russia. Tom first started experimenting with electronic music in 2005 and honed his skills to be featured on such labels as LOT49, VIM Breaks and Diablo Loco not to mention gaining support from the likes of Meat Katie, Dylan Rhymes, Hedflux, Broken Eye, Bad Tango, and Peter Paul.
His debut on Census sees a dope two track tech-funk delight which is already doing serious damage to the Beatport break’s chart: ‘Neutrino’ delivers a slab of tough, upfront techno with a catchy, rumbling bassline, whilst ‘Slow Down’ nails it on a deep on the progressive acid-tech breaks tip.