Poland’s hottest commodity, Catz n Dogz, have just given us another reason to absolutely love their futuristic tech-house sound. Manchester’s legendary party, The Warehouse Project, have called on Catz n Dogz this time to release their latest hour-long promo podcast. Laden with some of the best funk-driven basslines and progressions to date, the mix is a perfect representation of the groovy, free-from productions that have been pushing Catz n Dogz to the top over the past few years. Since producing their first record in 2005, Voitek and Gregor’s productions have been charted on world class labels such as Claude von Stroke’s Dirtybird, Maceo Plex’s Ellum Audio and their own imprint, Pets Recordings.
After releasing an epic Essential Mix early this year, as well as playing an equally as impressive Boiler Room set in Berlin, 2013 has without a doubt been a pivotal year for Catz n Dogz. Having defined their productions themselves as ‘unpredictable,’ categorizing the duo’s sound is no easy task. The duo have in a sense, paved the way for a whole new genre of ‘funk-house,’ drawing in inspiration from the classic european ‘street-bass’ sound, as well as hip hop and disco. Their experimental cross-genre approach to tech-house has put them on the radar of some of the world’s most legendary festivals and parties. The Dankles was lucky enough to catch the duo spin in Denver last week, where nothing but the best european house tracks were spun all night long. To keep your ears at bay until the next time the duo spin in the US, listen to their exceptional mix for the Warehouse Project on the Soundcloud link below.