[Audio] Sharooz’s ‘Terminvs’



Terminvs is London based TurboFunk producer Sharooz’s foray into post-EBM, post-Gesaffelstein Techno. All the cool kids are doing it these days, so why not. While the tunes might not be as intoxicating and dirty Disco, it can be a lot more fun to make, if you like brapping out with synths that is. And from the sound of Terminvs, Sharooz definitely does.

Amidst the ringing, occasionally dissonant, electronic mayhem, Sharooz actually lays down an utterly infectious Teutonic groove. A 242-esque bassline and some old school House drums keep the track more than interesting, giving the track a late 80s Acid House undercurrent. If fact, if you tune out the Industrial purcussion and synth brap you’re left with quite a classic sounding warehouse jam. A tune with a surprising number of levels.

♫ Sharooz – Terminvs

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[Audio] Sharooz reMixes David AKZ


David AKZ

If you like raw House, late 80s bleepy grooves and strobing warehouse vibes then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s the latest reMix from London based dirty Disco peddler Sharooz. This one is a reMix of Once Upon A Time In The Projects, from autoKratz man David AKZ.

This is a tune that proper takes us back. Those clean drum machine beats, the gritty hooks, the floor moving basslines, the claps and whistles, this one’s got it all. Slowly building in the way all good House tracks should, when the reMix kicks in it goes full throttle with all the funk of a Summer Of Love anthem. Now, where are my white gloves?

♫ David AKZ – Once Upon A Time In The Projects (Sharooz reMix)

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[Audio] Sharooz’s ‘90907’



90907 is the new tune from London TurboFunk master Sharooz. The man has gone completely hardware based on this one. Rocking up with a Roland TR909, Roland TR707, Roland SH101, Roland Juno 106, Yamaha DX7 and Teenage Engineering OP-1 this one has no softsynths, no plugins, and is completely analog (well, except for the DX7 and OP-1). We love it when people break out the big guns.

What this result in is a grinding slab of Acid Funk. 90907 powers through with a grimy, hypnotic, tweaked bassline and abrasive drums. With just that right mix of infectiously danceable and slightly haunting (in that was that the best classic Acid tracks always are), Sharooz has hit the nail on the head here. It’s one of those tracks to get lost under the flashing lights to.

♫ Sharooz – 90907

No release date yet, but we’re sure it can’t be too far off.

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