Take Away was written in summer 2014 with vocalist Black Soda from South Africa. It's built on a hardware-synthesizer-bed of pinging drums and coarse claps, but the heaviness lifts with the arrival of Black Soda's breezy spoken-word vocals and some colorful xylophone-like melodies. It's a proper underground anthem in the making, frankly. Loco Dice's version is chunky, with grainy sheet-metal claps, twisted vocals, and skewed synthesizers. Pablo Bolivar flips the track into a more up-tempo, gliding house cut with starry melodic patterns, punchy drums, and filtered vox. It builds and builds to a peak and then implodes under emotive arps.
Take Away (Loco Dice Remix)
Take Away (Pablo Bolivar Club Version)
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