|A 01||Sister Envelope||Play|
|A 02||The Glasspaper||Play|
|B 03||Sister Envelope (UMOD remix)||Play|
Overlast, born ’86, has been playing drums since he was able to reach them. As soon as he discovered other production tools, he began to layer synth sounds and start to experiment with old amplifiers and mixers. Then he starts listening to artists as The Beatles and get heavy influenced by the way they treated sound. Right now his production emerged into a drum sound reminding us of some early Motown stuff, while his production brings up memories of the electronic funk movement at the end of the 90’s.
The title track, “Sister Envelope”, has that exact filtered, raw, signature Overlast sound. Second track on the A-side, “The Glasspaper” is a real crowd mover. It starts off easy, and evolves into a house type stomp track. Don’t know about the glass papers? It get’s burned before you inhale and, please, let Overlast guide you..
On the B-side “Sister Envelope” gets remixed by UMOD and please read that backwards. For those who remember, it did give us a bit of the 80’s M/A/R/R/S vibe. But this one’s twisted to be one of the finest starters of 2007..
Make sure you’ll get your hands on this limited edition, ‘cause it will be hand painted and we’ll do it once! Also, watch out for the other Overlast joint, the Queensday Milk 7”, containing version by him and a version by his band Indian Askin, released just before Queensday, April the 30th, 2007. Milk it.