Let’s get te’ chno (lol pun) Bobby Champs
Bobby Champs – Moonlight
As I write this feature on a Thursday night creepin’ into a Friday,
I’m chillin’ hard with Bobby Champs, who’s bangin’ through my speakers all the way from somewhere between Essex and Brighton.
I’m shuffling/repeating the four-track Moonlight EP, sent our way via Champs’ label Pictures Music.
Releasing this Monday, Feb. 20th, Moonlight is Bobby Champs’ knock on the doorway to primo indie music exposure.
This bro’s verdict? It’s a slick debut and a quality work of art for those who fancy a more sinister booty bounce.
Here’s a bit of that official pro-tip:
Bobby Champs’ music is straight up dance floor. Subtlety doesn’t come into it. “When I make tunes I imagine myself dancing to them at Fabric, if I can’t imagine people going nuts, it gets scrapped”.
— via Pictures Music
Bobby Champs – All Night
So, I’m doing my part. I’ve got my window open, letting that deep techno bounce all over my neighbors’ perked-up ears while they’re on a ’round the block cat walk. As a master of cat calls, I’m eagerly waiting for them to stop by my window, with lil cat treats coming out of my speakers so that we can have fun together.
Bobby Champs has a proper
vision for the dancefloor
Now that I have all these cool cats gathered, I gotta get em dancing!
The Moonlight EP is a welcomed treat from across the pond; more of that Sweetest indie sound that’ll surely reinvigorate stale dancefloors worldwide.
Tracks like All Night and Moonlight (and its dub version) are a beckoning call for getting down to straight-f’in-business. And although we don’t have the song available to stream, let me tell you that Lucid is a track that culminates the Bobby Champs experience loud and clear.
A proper helping of acid bass and vocal samples commanding you to get down doesn’t leave room for much else but V-12 booty-shaking.
The songs are bangers for sure, mashed together in the form of a debut EP that most definitely comes through sounding clean. With Bobby’s beat-laden path blossoming ahead of him, he’ll have plenty of time (and cats) to test whether or not the next songs in the mix are simple scraps or Fancy Feasts.
Bobby Champs – Dazed Digital Mix
Don’t mind us; we’re just gonna throw on this mixtape and get back to an allnighter of