Release: 25th October 2016 (Beatport Exclusive)
8th November 2016 (General)
Late October will see the infamous @little-helpers imprint mark yet another a milestone with their two hundred and fiftieth release, featuring a six-track offering from label bosses @Butane and @Someone-Else-4
Launched in 2009 by Andrew Rasse aka Butane and Sean O’Neal aka Someone Else, Little Helpers has since established itself as one of the most consistent imprints within the realms of techno and house. Offering digital DJs both reduced groove-focused tools as well as stand alone productions, the label has gone on to welcome the likes
of Ryan Crosson, Mark Henning, Flashmob and more to its rich catalogue across the past 7 years.
To mark the imprints two hundred and fiftieth release, both Rasse and O’Neal have paired up once again, with two collaborative tracks alongside two individual cuts from each producer. The six tracks on the release underpin just why the conceptual label continues to thrive, oozing quality from the off.
Opening track ‘250-1’ reveals exactly what you’d expect from the pair, a combination of driving, bumpy kicks, tweaked-out vocal work and menacing low ends.
*Photo Sean O”Neal aka Someone Else