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New USM Release! Boompty Boom by Lil'T w/Jon Lee, Pattern Drama, Jordan Strong, & Sean Dimitrie

Artist: Lil'T

Title: Boompty Boom

Label: Uniting Souls Music

Catalog: USM046

Distribution: Symphonic Distribution

Track Listing:

  • Boompty Boom (original)

  • Boompty Boom (Sean Dimitrie's Rub)

  • Boompty Boom (Pattern Drama Remix)

  • Boompty Boom (Jon Lee's Boompty Dub)

  • Boompty Boom (Jordan Strong Remix)

Release Date: April 30, 2021

Beatport Exclusive: April 16, 2021

Lil’T is Mikey Tello, co-founder of PillowTalk, Housepitality, and Touch of Class. His productions have appeared far and wide, for the likes of Wolf+Lamb, Visionquest, Life & Death, Kompakt, Om, and many others. Quite fittingly, his first single release of 2021 under his new moniker "Lil'T" is due out on Uniting Souls Music, which Mikey helped launch back in 1990’s San Francisco. Mikey spent most of his time touring with his live act PillowTalk, performing in front of thousands at festivals and club nights in over 80 countries. Just before COVID hit, Mikey reunited with label founder Ramiro to perform at Uniting Souls' 22-year anniversary party, which took place on a rooftop terrace, at Seattle hotspot Monkey Loft. Inspired by the fireworks and magical vibe of that memorable event, Mikey and Ramiro decided it was time for a proper "Lil'T" release on Uniting Souls. The result is “Boompty Boom,” a clever slice of deep house with a hypnotic techno edge. The drum patterns have a pronounced afro-shake, combining with a pulsing low-end to provide the foundation under staccato organ chords, rhythmic vocal phrases, and a memorable synth lead line. Sean Dimitrie (Bombay Records) provides the first of a quartet of sleek remixes, initially focusing on the percussive groove for a sparse, mesmerizing treatment. A snakey bassline eventually takes over, sending the dancefloor into a tizzy. Next up is Pattern Drama (Touch of Class), adding some breaks, drama, and extra-dubbiness to the proceedings. Uniting Souls label regulars Jon Lee and Jordan Strong follow, each providing a distinctive new take. Jon Lee creates an old school vibe, with bubbling organ riffs and an insistent bass throb, while Jordan Strong gives “Boompty Boom” a classic-sounding west coast style re-rub. Put the boompty in your boom! Label and Artist Links:

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