Another month has slipped by and another quality selection has crossed the Dojo inbox, so it’s time for the best of the rest, or as Deficit put it last time “Its like Top Of The Pops but better”. Read on for the latest from Inception Audio, Eatbrain, Syncopix, HLZ and more…
Wyatt Noise round off their year with a fresh single from label stalwart GDS. The Haunting combines rich atmospheres, crisp beats and growling bass for a nice slice of deep yet techy D&B, while Time Travel opts for rolling, melodic liquid but treads the line nicely, steering away from cheesy euphoria for a deep and quietly beautiful composition. Check out the clips below and grab this from your favourite digital store from December 1st.
Summer is almost upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with a dose of warm liquid! GDS turns in the 5th release for Oxford-based Wyatt Noise Recordings and it’s a bit of a treat. Oddly named A-side The G-Quadruplex keeps things light and airy with crisp, rolling breaks, floaty pads and great use of piano flourishes. The brass samples and guitar licks after the drop along with some subtle vocal echoes give the tune a slightly Samba-esque vibe, reminiscent of the likes of XRS Land or The Funky Technicians. Infectious and irresistible in equal measure!
Over on the flip things move into ever-so-slightly rougher territory with a slightly jungle-infused break and a bit more growl on the low end for the equally worthy Earthshine.
Check out the tunes below and watch out for these dropping June 10th.