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Elliot Adamson releases new EP ‘Electric Acid Tater Tots’ on Trick


Elliot Adamson has unveiled his new EP ‘Electric Acid Tater Tots’, out 11th October via TRICK.

The first artist other than label head Patrick Topping to release on TRICK, his Geordie compatriot Adamson delivers an eclectic mix of tracks. The EP opener and title track, ‘Electric Acid Tater Tots’ is an acid-soaked techno slammer, strung together by Elliots own robotic vocals.

Skream then steps up to deliver the labels first ever remix. Elsewhere on the EP – it contains ‘Electric Acid Tater Vox’ which is available exclusively on the vinyl. Over on the B-side, ‘NYC Dada’ is an infectious disco-house edit destined to fill countless dancefloors.

The record is also accompanied by two exclusive bonus tracks. ‘Lesgo Lesgo Lesgo‘ is a true techno odyssey and bonus purely for digital copies of the EP. Then, there is the ‘Electric Acid Tater Tots (Acid Mix)‘, a secret dubplate that has only been sent out to a select number of DJs. A true weapon for the warehouses.

Elliot says about it “I don’t recall writing the lyrics, but I like to believe they appeared in the notes in my phone delivered by some divine spirit via the medium of an Apple iPhone XR – cheers Steve,” Adamson jokes. “About four instrumentals existed for about four weeks and I would often find myself standing on the table at parties singing out the lyrics excitedly trying to explain that ‘this is my song.’”

Patrick speaks about the release “Elliot had to be the first artist, other than myself, to release on TRICK!” Topping enthuses. “I’ve been championing his music for years and this release has been a long time coming. He’s now helping me A&R and is a resident at the label parties. His EP genre-hops and this is what TRICK is all about.”

Elliot Adamson’s maiden EP on TRICK doesn’t disappoint, you can 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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