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BizZa gets ready to drop his ‘Bussy’ EP with Clarisse


If Europe needed any extra heat right now, BizZa is the man to get Fahrenheit freaking out with the dancefloor vitamins and minerals of the ‘Bussy’ EP.

The Madrid producer is fast becoming one of Clarisse’s household names, a list of admirers lengthening release by release, show by show, as he puts his own twist on deep and funky house that Jamie Jones, Steve Lawler, Loco Dice, Marco Carola and Stacey Pullen have given thumbs up to.

With the slightly squelchy, scratchy title track, BizZa gets down to business by deploying the sort of twitching energy that can only be good for bodies to dancefloor ratio. Working to a fairly slim beats and bass blueprint with just the right amount of jack-ready electricity running through it, ‘Bussy’ gets you loose with a laser-like focus that locks on and won’t let go.

An R&B vocal frazzled from into the future takes centre stage on ‘The Only One’, a mad scientist’s mix of ultra deep house, coolly constructed from push-me-pull-you gadgetry, where BizZa turns the dancefloor into an obstacle course. Subtle, ear-catching fizzes, whooshes, studio froth and stutters – all set to a classic Clarisse up-down groove – is a third BizZa bonanza putting other tracks in the shade.

As BizZa starts playing with effects like he’s twiddling for the perfect station on the FM dial, the pleasantly acidic ‘Afile’ gets clubbers all in formation. Refreshing the parts that other tracks cannot reach, again with a slightly itchy undercurrent, dizzy spells and vocal announcements to both spook and energise the crowd, are as if BizZa has twiddled his way into the Twilight Zone. End result? Radars running hot all over.

We premiere ‘The Only One’ on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab it on Beatport.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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