Album Reviews, Culture, Dance / Electro — November 12, 2012 at 9:37 am

Review: Adana Twins – Everyday


Artist Name: Adana Twins
Title Name: Everyday
Label: Exploited
Reviewed by: Rory O’Maley

Adana Twins have been getting a lot of attention across the dance circuit this year. Co-writes and remixes from the likes of Laid Back, Kasper Bjørke and Doctor Dru have put the Hamburg natives front and centre in the worldwide dance scene, and with their talent and versatility, it’s really no surprise.

One side classic summer, one side deep n’ depressing, the boys’ release Everyday has all sides of house covered. Packed to the brim with summer vibes, “Everyday” has the positive side of things covered: off-beat basslines and up-beat vocals keep things bouncy while the samples editing is about as 90s as you can get.

Then we hit the B-Side and things get a little darker (which I think we all know is what I’m about). An inspired rework of The Doors classic track, “People are Strange”, “Strange” adds a new level of depth to an iconic tune. Throbbing bass and pained cries create a huge soundscape of drone dance that absolutely shatters any ray of hope in the room – so you know, it’s about all you could want for a cheery night really…

Pick up a copy and see what all the fuss is about. Oh, and keep your eyes peeled, the Twins will be heading down to Australia soon – and we all know what that means for secret shows in Asia!


Adana Twins – Strange (Original Mix)

Adana Twins’ Everyday is available on iTunes.