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Bram Troost - Gorilla's In The Tech

July 09, 2012
Dutchman Bram Troost makes his debut on Armada's Pilot 6 Recordings, and one hard to pigeonhole. 'Gorillas In The Tech' makes the beats of techno flirt with the feel prog-house feel of summer. He's never been a one-trick-pony. Producer Bram Troost, who's recently collaborated with the likes of Ruben de Ronde and usually works under the Jinx moniker, has always kept an open mind to various styles. 'Gorillas In The Tech' tells us no different. Kicking in with a tech-house rhythm, while unfolding into a piano-drive prog-houser, and falling right back into the deep, contagious bass of tech, makes this a playful and thought-provoking pool of diversity.


  1. 1. Gorilla's In The Tech (Original Mix) (07:37)
  2. 2. Gorilla's In The Tech (Radio Edit) (05:00)
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