Half Caste debuts with Heritage EP, though its co-founders Janmario and Andre Buljat, have already experience productions for labels such as Tenor or Time has Changed.
Half Caste have been residents at Libidanze House Classics, summer parties that brought to Barcelona some of the biggest names in House music: Marshal Jefferson, Kerry Chandler, or Little Louie Vega, among others.
‘Began 2 Wonda’ opens this release with its elegant Deep, tangled in an acid bass line which makes the perfect pot for a lysergic melody which is chained to vocal fragments by Wookie Popsicle, becoming an organic equilibrium near pop sounds. The instrumental version lowers the tempo considerably, highlighting its more suggestive side.
T.W.I.C.E’s reinterpretation of ‘Began 2 Wonda’ totally suppresses the vocals and focuses on a more detailed treatment, complex in textures and hues. Hypnotic, calm, and challenging review. Its experimental down- tempo is highly appreciated, as it enchants with a fragant, unaesy listening of beautiful creation.
Chocky, who also remixes ‘Began 2 Wonda’ in instrumental mode, takes the origial to a contained psychedelia which explodes in an exquisite flow of coordinated schemes. His colouful display takes the listener to a Martian sound of rhythmic, analogic breathing, something quite common to his musical imaginariness.
‘Rabbit Hole’ shows another Half Caste, however preserving the percussion clarity and the importance of the bass lines. But this track has a deep, devious beating, subtle and obscure. An outstanding manifesto which proves Half Caste’s savoir faire.