Regular readers will already know that we’re big fans of Addictive Behaviour here at the Dojo and their latest release proved an absolutely perfect fit for this week’s Dojo Damager! Bulgarian neurofunk producer L 33 makes his fourth appearance on the label with the aptly titled Badman; punchy futuristic snares, crunchy bass and tons of energy make this a superbly detailed dancefloor weapon. Check out the clip below and look for this at Beatport from Dec 4th, with vinyl following on the 11th and worldwide digital release on the 18th.
Following on from big releases last year for Addictive Behaviour and ProgRAM, Bulgarian producer L 33 drops his latest work for Jade’s Eatbrain imprint. As we’ve come to expect from Eatbrain the release is packed full of energetic dancefloor-focused beats, though it stops short of the tearout mayhem we’ve seen from the likes of Kung in the past.
The tracks on show have much of the precision and rapidity that makes Phace’s work so compelling, though that’s not to say the tunes feel copycatish; a solid homage perhaps. All four tracks should do the damage on the dancefloor with the punchy drums and filtered mids of Digital Sound proving the Dojo favourite. Check out the clips below and look for this dropping at Beatport from March 23rd, with general release to follow from April 6th.
L 33 is back with another pair of dirty dancefloor belters, this time for Addictive Behaviour records. Melt gets the party started with a fuzzy bassline, tight drums and an infectious high-pitched synth hook. Let Loose provides a similarly infectious bass and beats groove, with extra energy from the high hats and plenty of bass modulations to keep things interesting.
Check out the beats below and watch out for the single dropping from July 21st at Beatport, with vinyl and worldwide digital release to follow on August 4th.
Bulgarian producer L 33 hits the ProgRAM roster with a pair of dirty neurofunk beats to add to the label’s already healthy catalogue. Helvetica drops in with a fierce set of bassline modulations and great use of space, each of the elements being allowed to breath for impact despite the pace and heft of the tune.
Detuned continues the trend with another huge drum line featuring some dangerously metallic snare impacts sure to carve up the dancefloor. Check out the clips below and grab this one on vinyl and digital now!
Once again Avantgarde live up to their name, hitting us with the cutting edge of 170BPM production. Their third single comes from Bulgarian producer L 33 who serves up two slices of stripped back tech funk with heavy hitting mechanical sounding drums, gritty bass stabs and echoing vocal samples. Both Piedestal and All I Want are steeped in a rich, textured atmosphere and clever use of percussion gives the tunes tons of character.
Check out the beats below and grab the single from your favourite outlet now!