Muskox Records once again reaches into its hometown talent pool for the latest single from Other2Sides, the smooth and emotive "Loving Me Wrong". Hailing from Cheltenham, UK, Other2Sides is personified by a British house music sound that is nostalgic and bouncy with many of the characteristics of garage and the current bass scene. "Loving Me Wrong" is no exception … short, hypnotic organ chords, a crisp rhythm track, and the repeated vocal motif drive the track forward into a gorgeous, melodic breakdown sure to plunge the dance floor into a lost-in-the-music moment. This is underground house music at its best. After remixing Other2Sides' previous "Back Then" single, the Berlin-via-Venezuela producer Fernan Dust has a second go at Cheltenham's finest. Dust's version of "Loving Me Wrong" fully reimagines the track into a sparse and moody after hours affair featuring engaging percussive repetitions, snatches of organ, and echoey synth riffs. The vocal phases in and out as if tuning in from a long distance broadcast, giving the track an otherworldly feel. "Loving Me Wrong" is yet another exceptional single from Other2Sides and Muskox Records.
Tensnake - "I'm loving the breakdown."
Sebastian Davidson (Nightbird Music) - "Nice release … support!"
Toomy Disco (Kitsuné / Under The Shade) - "Cool vibes here. Really feeling the deep sense."
Vanilla Ace - "Cool sounds!"
Alvaro Hylander (DeepWit Recordings) - "Lovely stuff … the original is great. Muskox always brings it!"
Mr. V. (Sole Channel Music NYC) - "Nice!"
Chris Fortier (Fade) - "The Fernan Dust remix is the one for me."
Tom Lown (Lucky Sun Recordings) - "This is great! Crisp deepness with a lovely breakdown."
DJ Craig C (Pound Boys) - "Nice single. I like the original the best but Fernan Dust's mix also has a nice vibe to it."
Hippie Torrales - "Nice Fernan Dust remix."
Michael Fossati (Spirit of House) - "A gorgeous slice of old school inspired garage."
Simon Kirk (Stag Beetle Radio Show) - "Classy stuff. I love the crystal clear production on the original mix. The remix is a cracker, too, with those big stabs that cut through mix."
Tariq Ziyad (Nu Urban ERA / Planet Rave) - "Absolutely gorgeous organ-led tech-house goodness. I've been listening to this over and over again!"
Jon Manley (hOUSEwORX) - "Deep, smooth, warm chords and a catchy vocal hook … nice groover, this."