The addition of Brice Dreessen (a.k.a. Lowcommittee) to Belguim’s Vlek label seems fated to be […]
The addition of Brice Dreessen (a.k.a. Lowcommittee) to Belguim’s Vlek label seems fated to be a good fit. A hometown producer who has made a name for himself across two intriguing cassette releases for his own Varech label, the Belgian talent is set join the adventurous label’s fold next month with Race at Neon Club. Appearing early on in the record is “1943,” which serves as Race at Neon Club‘s rhythmic-based outing, placing a collection of thumping kicks and toms beneath expansive sheets of ever-evolving synth tones. Lowcommittee’s “1943” exploration is set to be joined by seven similarly hand-crafted productions when Vlek issues Race at Neon Club in vinyl and digital form on December 1.