Li’ll Bo Tweak is the nom du beat of UK house heads Trevor Loveys and Chris Belsey. Their chunky, funky productions for the likes of Made To Play and Loungin have jacked bodies for years as the “secret weapons” of discerning DJs around the planet, including A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs of Fool’s Gold, who commissioned a Li’ll Bo Tweak remix of Alexander Robotnick’s “Obsession For The Disco Freaks” back in ’09 (and to this day insist it’s one of the most slept on jams in the label’s catalog.)
The FG crew always hoped to drop a full Tweak release one day, and got their wish in the form of this brand new Snap Crackle N Pop EP. Here, Loveys goes solo under the LBT moniker and cranks the Tweak factor even higher. From the title track’s bassbin funk to the dancehall crunch of “The Beat Goes” and the facemelting disco madness of “Lost And Found,” these are not your everyday dancefloor weapons, kiddos. It’s time to get freaky…
Grab LBT’s latest on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold.
Alexander Robotnick means “Alexander The Worker” in Russian, and it couldn’t be a more fitting moniker – his tunes have worked, jacked and shook down dancefloors for the better part of three decades. Cult hits like “Problemes d’Amour” and “Dance Boy Dance” continue to be spun by DJs around the world for a reason – they were ambitious, futuristic cuts when first released in the early 80s, and remain timeless club rockers today, continuing to influence modern producers almost note-for-note.
Fool’s Gold is proud to continue the Robotnick tradition with the exclusive North American release of his latest, “Obsession For The Disco Freaks.” The Fool’s Gold digital and 12″ single comes backed by brand new reworks from some of today’s current electronic masters: Nacho Lovers, Freeform Five and Li’ll Bo Tweak.