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Goose still has the ability to electrify…

Sure music can be mood dependent — but is it time dependent too? Can I only listen to Blue Nile before bed? Justice‘s truly essential Essential mix is only listenable pre-step out on a weekend night, right? Is it kosher to put on Soulwax’s ‘Nite Versions’ upon a 5:30 AM wakeup? When’s the last time you got down with GT’s ‘Night Ripper’ while everyone else was still in a deep slumber? It’s never too early for that.

Goose’s “Bring It On” hit me hard way back in 2007. Friday morning rolled around, this would have been a go-to let’s start the weekend track. The pulses through the dirty synths raced through me as crust lay in my eyes and my vision was half blurred from a night’s sleep. But forget the slow wake. A banger like this was a week’s worth of caffeine.

Fast forward seven/eight years and Goose’s ‘Bring It On’ LP still bangs. When dark Vitalic meets a spastastic Dismemberment Plan and its only goal is to shake something — or piss off your neighbor, Goose’s 2006 ‘Check’ is what I’m still reaching for…

 

 

The frequency on ‘Black Gloves’ finds its way to more BPMs than I can shake to as the radioactive synths cause a deeply intense rhythmic beat. Why isn’t this being played at all major sporting events?

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