Monday, August 07, 2006

We Still Bangkok, The Old Way

We Still Kill The Old Way - Clone Comp 2002Bangkok Impact, aka Sami Liuski, is the mid 20 year-old electronics genius from the small town of Rovaniemi in northern Finland. Making an impression on the Dutch electro scene, Bangkok Impact has gone on to release music off of the industries most respected labels such as Clone (based in Rotterdam), Crème Organization and Bunker (from The Hague), and major player I-F’s Viewlexx label. Liuski has also released a few records off of Bunker and Clone under the pseudonym's 8-Bit Rockers and his New York disco-style collaboration with pal Pauli Jylhänkangas, Putsch '79.

One of my favorite Bangkok Impact tracks came off the '02 Clone released comp We Still Kill The Old Way 2 entitled "Bright Light, Dim Light". This disco-house delight has that trademark Clone sound that can be described as synth-arpeggio driven with the right touch of Italo. Definately a solid addition to an already amazing catalogue of dancefloor classics.

Bangkok Impact - Bright Light, Dim Light

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