<p>Sitting on a well-furnished back catalogue that compiles some solid contributions to Church, Naked Naked, Shall Not Fade and more, Jordon Saxton and his shape-shifting blends of breezy house and reverb-drenched techno have been a driving force to the so-called lo-fi wave that’s been unfurling upon dancefloors in recent times.</p>
<p>As Viers, the Leeds-based producer makes a welcome return to Hokkaido Dance Club with ‘Leaving‘, scheduled for release on 17th February. Across three chiselled cuts of Woolford-esque bubbly dub tech and shuffling minimal, Saxton pares down his style to a multi-purpose set of highly functional grooves and laser-guided club weapons.</p>
<p>Our pick, the bouncy ‘Wasting Time‘, doesn’t need much time to implement its bumpy swing against a frozen dubby backdrop, drilling chopped-up vox bits over jacking drums and rippling metallic percussions Basic Channel wouldn’t have disowned. Out of a restricted quiver of sounds, Viers’ arrows still hit the spot with optimum efficiency.</p>
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Premiere: Viers – Wasting Time

Premiere: Viers – Wasting Time

Released: 17 February 2017
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Tracklist
A1. Leaving
A2. Wasting Time
B1. George Town

Sitting on a well-furnished back catalogue that compiles some solid contributions to Church, Naked Naked, Shall Not Fade and more, Jordon Saxton and his shape-shifting blends of breezy house and reverb-drenched techno have been a driving force to the so-called lo-fi wave that’s been unfurling upon dancefloors in recent times.

As Viers, the Leeds-based producer makes a welcome return to Hokkaido Dance Club with ‘Leaving‘, scheduled for release on 17th February. Across three chiselled cuts of Woolford-esque bubbly dub tech and shuffling minimal, Saxton pares down his style to a multi-purpose set of highly functional grooves and laser-guided club weapons.

Our pick, the bouncy ‘Wasting Time‘, doesn’t need much time to implement its bumpy swing against a frozen dubby backdrop, drilling chopped-up vox bits over jacking drums and rippling metallic percussions Basic Channel wouldn’t have disowned. Out of a restricted quiver of sounds, Viers’ arrows still hit the spot with optimum efficiency.

Leaving is released via Hokkaido Dance Club on 17th February, pre-order a vinyl copy from Phonica.

TRACKLIST

A1. Leaving
A2. Wasting Time
B1. George Town

Discover more about Viers and Hokkaido Dance Club on Inverted Audio.