"Electro house has become the subgenre of the decade. Just ask Satoshi Tomi, Justice, MSTRKRFT, Roger Sanchez, Mylo and Tocadisco how fast it fills the floor. Typified by brash four-to-the-floor beats, tearing bass lines and all sorts of filthy, bleep-y stuff in between, it bridges all there is to love about classic house, disco-punk, synth-pop, electro and hard techno. Key-labeled and graduated into three tempos (125, 127 and 130 bpm), these 24-bit loops are provided in WAV, REX and Apple Loops, while bonus drum hits, guitar chords and effects come premapped for EXS24, Reason, Kontakt and HALion.
The bass line defines electro-house, and these loops are absolute killers with deliciously sleazy, ripping vibes. Their tones range from glitchy, buzzy and resonant circuit-bent acidic squelches to massive unisons and harmonically rich, wobbly subs. Some spun me 'round (like a record) to the days of Stock, Aitken & Waterman and early Kraftwerk. The hundreds of drum loops are far fresher than I'd expected from this often recycled genre, and the inclusion of another hundred or so outstanding break flourishes in a kick-free Top Loops folder was a real treat.
The abrasive leads, dirty Junos, trippin' Virus-like arpeggios, harsh pegged synths, crunked-out pianos and strings, raunchy chorused SID-chips and ominous filter clouds in the Synth Loops folder are even hotter. Finally, the heavily effected, chunky guitar loops will come in handy if you're looking to join in on the whole Pink Floyd and Yes revival. If mega-hits such as Beckers' "Colour Me Blind" or Bodyrox' "Yeah, Yeah" did it for you, then Electro-House will definitely take you there and beyond."