Clif Jack drops new EP via Lowlita, “Don’t Tell Me”
Clif Jack continues to make a name for himself within the techno scene with a new EP titled “Don’t Tell Me.”
Don’t Tell Me is a two-track release from the Italian producer which is being released via the Lowlita record label that’s run by Anna Tur, Gonçalo Miranda and Hosse. It is an interesting release that’s title track is an explosive cut with big room energy, but although the second track still packs a punch, it has a melodic groove with emotive vocals.
Quickly becoming one of techno’s most hyped up-and-coming talents, Clif Jack has showcased his sound via other labels such as Reinier Zonneveld’s Filth on Acid, Deborah De Luca’s Solamente, and Simina Grigoriu’s Kuukou.
The second track on this release breaks away from Clif Jack’s usual style, but despite being a little deeper than what some might expect, it still has the solid percussion and upbeat energy that is standard to his sound.
First up is “Don’t Tell Me” and it has fast-paced percussion rhythms and a thumping kick drum underpinned by a pulsating bassline with acid tones. The track takes its title from a brooding vocal sample that bolsters the intensity of the groove. It is a robust track with a peak time energy, and it wastes no time in getting down to business.
“Take My Breath” is the second track, and it’s a captivating production with sensual vocals and deep synths that are combined with upbeat percussion rhythms. It’s a track in the style of others such as Tale Of Us, and it shows a tender side to Clif Jack’s sound.
Overall, it’s a very accomplished release with two expertly produced tracks, and you can buy it HERE.