The distant ancestors of Slop Rock were filthy crustaceans, crawling on the bottom of the sea like drunk Frenchmen, with no sense of direction or musical talent. Ten million generations later, they would be proud of their mammalian prodigy; Slop Rock, who have become serious contenders in the Australian club scene over the past 12 months.
Off the back of their last two club hits ‘Revolution’ & ‘Hero’ comes the equally epicly titled ‘Super Dope’. This time they team up with US MC; Whiskey Pete, a voice many would recognize from his work with TJR, Sue Cho, DJ Bam Bam & Figure. The original mix has a cheeky and filthy synth hook over booming bass kicks. Gigi Barocco (fresh off his work with the Bloody Beetroots) has produced the kind of epic electro slammer that would make ‘Feed Me’ want to hang up his hat and call it a day. Apocolyto and Heath Renata have each issued mandatory dance orders with their unique main room interpretations. Finally, Wellsaid and Rubberteeth have the jacking alternative for house music purists
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