L-Vis 1990 Takes A New Approach To Club Music With “DOS - 4”

“Its aim is to open up the dance floor with its minimalism and capture the clubbers attention in a way that is not just a drop.”

October 08, 2015

Night Slugs label co-founder L-Vis 1990 gives us a glimpse into his upcoming EP under his alias Dance System with “DOS - 4.” The song takes you to a futuristic rave: its pulsating beat is raw and hypnotic, creating an uneasy tension that challenges the notion of a typical club track.

"I’d like to say 'DOS - 4' is the musical representation of the 1974 soviet space station Salyut 4 (DOS-4), its bleeps and pulses relentlessly bugging its inhabitants, driving them close to insanity,” says L-Vis 1990 in an email to the FADER. “But to be honest this is a club track I made using the Korg Monopoly synth, [and] its aim is to open up the dance floor with its minimalism and capture the clubbers attention in a way that is not just a drop." Ultramajic will release L-Vis 1990's System Preferences EP as Dance System on October 23rd.

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