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Record Of The Day…Mad Villains ‘Hit The Club EP’

We sit down with Cali born tastemaker to talk about his latest EP with Regression Sessions. Party brand Regression Sessions has been making waves up and down the UK coast and their debut release as a label does not let down. We find out a little more about the inspiration behind the record and where Mad Villains would love to hear it…

Describe the record in five words.

Ghetto, Chunky, Vibey, Deep and Unforgiving. 

What is it about the record that will appeal to the fans?

A lot of my ‘fans’ have now caught on to the vibe that i create in most of my tracks and they dig it. With this release I guess I just wanted to encapsulate my own sound as well as the type of vibes you hear at Regression Sessions parties. Its a nice blend of chunky hard hitting elements with soulful uplifting elements also to balance things out. 

How does it differ from your last release?

It doesn’t far differ from the release that came out just before this one, however, there is a bit more variation and selection this time around. 

What was the inspiration for this release?

After playing with RS for over a year and getting word of the new label, I immediately felt inclined to deliver something for their first release. So i guess you can say the parties played a big role on the inspiration for the tracks.

If you had the chance to play this in any club, which would it be?

The Box in Ministry of Sound forsure. Sounds pretty cliche, but it’s more to do with the fact that the acoustics/sound engineering in there is impeccable, the best i’ve experienced from a dancefloor perspective. 

Hit The Club is out now! Grab it here: https://www.beatport.com/release/hit-the-club/1941344

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