As underground bass music continues to revel in its somewhat tumultuous era, as forever new sounds and sentiments are perpetually advancing and surpassing the boundaries of creativity, Polish duo Catz and Dogz have of late certainly made a worthy contribution.
From their more humble days in 2003, the pair set out organising a regular night in their hometown of Szczecin in Poland which upon gaining rapid popularity led to them landing their own show on Szczecin’s ABC radio. After a short time of merely arranging parties and showcasing an assortment of techno-centric music, they now have a rostrum to make their own productions.
By 2008 the pair re-emerged with a fresh approach, and a renewed flexibility allowing them to delve into a more pure house sound, however still encased with soundscapes from their techno roots. After the release of their album Escape to the Zoo in 2010 on the Mothership label, it subsequently built on their reputation of creating experimental, open-minded and meticulously contrived productions.
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