"Detroit Grand Pubahs have made the first disco acid! I mean, when you hear the acid line, you think Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder."
Switching between euphoric gentle pads into a gritty juxtaposition of drumstep noisiness seems and impossible feat, but it's task the duo set within their horizon. This is track seemingly made by those who measure each note with a sense of scientific precision. The cinematic intros nods to tracks grand scale which could easily see it placed in the 'stadium' bracket. The aptly named 'Aracnophilia EP' sees them work with the legendary Spyda MC for its entirety.
Glistening, light pads floats elegantly above a quick to reveal beat, while a sumptuous sax and female vocal lend to devouringly sexy feel. The sub is thick and fat and bring huge amounts of energy and a rougher tone, while the sax loops back over the rampant beat gasps of breathlessness intensify this irresistibly seductive attitude. This pair of new names on the circuit show they mean business with this fiery release.
GND really is a mark of quality as its output is so consistently good. 'Omega' and 'Fairlite' make up a double A-side from Sharooz and that's only fair, as both are equally impressive. The first track hits a dark and deep vein without falling into the trap of becoming too self-important, whilst the second takes things in a more discordant and disconcerting direction, all the time keeping a solid throb going throughout.