Ali Berger takes SPACEGH0ST’s debut release for a pumping ride.
Nick Boyd’s Sorry Records label has quickly become one of my go-to’s. Launched in 2015, their back catalogue so far has housed releases from the likes of Darian, Escaflowne, Matt FX, Tony G, DJ Wawa, C Powers and Ma Sha Ru to name a few. It’s an incredibly well curated imprint with lots of killer releases coming up in the pipeline.
Today’s release is the first from mysterious Denver-based artist SPACEGH0ST with the only information given to the world is that they’re a ‘mid-level government employee by day, acid house astronaut by night’. A thrilling double-life! As the lead single propels you on a 140+ bpm outer space acid journey, Spectral Sound/Sweat Equity’s Ali Berger flips the switch with a classy cord-laden House Coaster mix – reminiscent of 90s American deep house sound of Kerri Chandler, King Street Sounds and Nite Grooves.
It would be wrong not to mention the insane artwork for the EP by Zack Handler, perfectly summing up the intergalactic fierceness of ‘Space Coaster’.
‘Space Coaster’ is out now via Sorry Records – buy here.