MORRT ‘Be There’ (Sebastian Carter Remix)

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There are certain tracks so heavily drenched in one particular aesthetic that it can be hard to separate them from that context. Tracks that are designed for a singular time and space: beats that know their environment, and stick to it.

In terms of electronic music, these kind of tracks are usually slapped with labels like ‘club-happy’: meaning that particular calibre of deep, bodily house designed for and flourishing under strobes and fog; in unlit rooms and sweaty basements. SEBASTIAN CARTER‘s remix of MORRT‘s track ‘Be There’ is a decidedly club-happy track.

It’s dripping with those epitomical house textures: hard, rounded percussion layers and wobbling synth patterns, overlaid with sliced-up R&B vocal samples and underlaid with insistent, heart-throbbing bass. At just under seven minutes, it’s a euphoric body-trip through nocturnal club atmospheres and 9(pm)-til-5(am) dance benders.

It wasn’t too long ago that MORRT got his paws on SEBASTIAN CARTER‘s ‘Stranger Sights’ original, with a similarly house-y–albeit slightly more UK garage–remix. CARTER‘s ‘Be There’ appropriation is a returned favour, and another step in what promises to be a fruitful musical relationship between the two. Turn down the lights, turn up the bass.

Words by Gavin Butler

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