Over the years, Anthony Attala’s Incorrect Music has put its stamp on the type of house and techno that ironically goes against the very definition of the label’s name. The releases issued by this Chicago-based imprint are never erroneous on any level, as they continually reach out to the most relevant shareholder from the underground. Its catalog is littered with first-rate figures, including Dosem, Secondcity, Pirupa, Max Chapman, Apollo 84, and more. For their next outing, they’ve brought together two Brits with larger-than-life buzz.
Michael Doddman, better known as Huxley, is a UK powerhouse with a fluid output that has seen him flip garage, house, and hefty bass-powered grooves. He’s now combining strengths with Incorrect regular Montel, a purveyor of punchy house in his own right. The two minds merge seamlessly on a soul-slathered three-track EP by the name of Want Me. On the featured cut, “Bradleye,” they venture into 303 territory to construct a sloshy tech house number that is by far the toughest track on the package. It comes equipped with pumping percussion, stuttering vocal chops, galloping basslines, slippery acid squelches, and a cheeky sample pulled from the cult comedy flick Superbad. Even though the latter might elicit an involuntary chuckle or two, this acid house cut is no laughing matter.
Huxley is heading over to Nocturnal Wonderland next month, so you should do all that is in your power to be present when he rinses this one out in person.
Available August 31 via Incorrect Music.