Subplate boss Typecell drops a groove-laden deep tech roller on the label’s latest release; plumbing some subsonic depths on this one! Watch out for this coming June 10th at all the usual digital outlets.
Ever since we first came across Screamarts via his releases for Fragmented Recordings, we’ve kept a close eye on the Austrian producer as a purveyor of high quality sound design, and more importantly a man capable of injecting that much needed funk into the modern neuro sound.
His latest work for Subplate Recordings delivers a pair of wicked new tracks that tread that line perfectly; A side Hold Me Close blends a soulful vocal and soft melodies against dark bass textures and heavy drum hits for a great balance of the dark and the light. Flipside The Pull moves in a similar direction, with growling bass modulations and compressed snare hits contrasting with ethereal pad sounds. That combination of bassweight with restraint and melody makes for a potent sonic combination, equally relevant to the club or the listening room at home. Check out the tracks below and hit up your favourite store to grab the single right now!
Something deep for your Friday as we present the premiere of a tasty new halftime cut from Missing for Subplate Recordings. Taking influence from the likes of Ivy Lab, this one features a hip-hop infused halftime groove and a bassline with some serious flavour, and we think you’ll agree it’s an infectious little head-nodder! Watch out for this dropping at digital outlets Dec 15th.
German imprint Subplate are back with another deep, dark release and this time it’s label boss Typecell at the controls for the appropriately titled Complex. Drawing on the fine traditions of sci-fi imbued techstep, this one is all about the groove; tight drums, weird effects, and atmosphere up to eleven. Watch out for the release dropping Dec 1st at all good digital stores…
German imprint Subprint Recordings are behind today’s exclusive as we present the premiere of Leipzig producer Relict’s new track Paradox. Crispy neurofunk drums, bleak atmospheres and subtle bassline modulations combine for an exercise in gritty, rolling minimalism. Sick! Look for this dropping June 20th at all good digital stores.