Fortitude lands on Incurzion Audio this month with new material, easing off on the raw aggression of much of his previous work in favour of dark, rolling grooves and moody atmospheres. The aptly titled Creepin is crisp and precise, building tension on halftime sections and releasing it on full-tempo rhythms that aim for hypnosis. Look for this coming September 10th at digital stores!
Australia and France collide as Ewol & Skylark team up for the latest release on Dispatch Recordings, and we’ve got the premiere of Agur! Razor sharp drums, moody bass and tons of atmosphere; vintage Dispatch business. Look for this one at all good stores today!
Experimental halftime riddims from [[-CRBRL-CTS-]] (we’re assuming that’s pronounced Cerebral Cuts…) in our premiere spotlight today! Heavy kicks, skittering percussion, sub weight and creepy atmospheres…this one is moody as it comes. Watch out for this coming June 1st exclusively at Bandcamp.
Moody vibes as Johnathan Thomas and Legal team up for today’s premiere! Taken from Fragmented’s forthcoming Shards II EP, this one combines hypnotic melodies with jungle tinged breaks and weighty bass modulations…tasty business! Watch out for the EP coming Apr 29th at all good stores.
London producer Depf joins the Deviant Audio ranks and we’ve got the exclusive on deep roller I Can’t Forget You. Building tension on the intro, this one has a haunting quality to it, blending weighty but restrained techstep stylings with hypnotic pads and warped vocal echoes. Check it out and hit up the Deviant Audio bandcamp to grab the Clear State EP right now!
A mega production team-up on our latest exclusive as we present the premiere of Think About The Future. Taken from the forthcoming Ill Truth Presents Volume One LP for Lockdown Recordings, the track sees London trio Kolectiv teaming up with Bristol heads MEDIKA and Kyrist for a deep, dark slice of tech-edged D&B; seriously moody vibes on this one. Look for the album dropping Feb 26th exclusively on Beatport with other outlets coming two weeks later.
Hertfordshire label Repertoire have been making quite a name for themselves as purveyors of some of the best modern jungle productions of the last few years, and their latest release is no different! Two tracks from Law get the remix treatment and we’ve got the exclusive of Outer Heaven’s new take on Emptiness Is Form. Full of break switchups and creepy atmospherics, this is moody breakbeat exploration at its best; watch out for this dropping June 2nd on vinyl and digital alongside a tasty new remix of Sophine from Law & Wheeler.
Following a quiet few months, Swiss label Demand Records are back with the first volume of a new EP series entitled Demand Selects. The series aims to showcase new talent and Demand veterans alike, and judging by this debut instalment we’re due for some sonic treats over the coming year!
Taelimb kicks things off with the stripped back, ominous halfstep vibes of Depth Charge, while Bulgarian producers Robustus & Moody switch gears with an understated liquid roller on Falling. Bristol’s Mystic State team up with Dutch wunderkind and Critical signing Signal for the driving, atmospheric delights of Seven, and last but not least Austria’s RoyGreen & Protone team up with Dual for the crisp and playful Ridestep.
Tons to enjoy here with producers from all over Europe stepping up to represent the Demand sound. Check out the clips below and hit up Beatport to grab a copy right now.
Peer Pressure’s latest single comes from new name Olski who serves up a pair of moody rollers. Open Heart layers together tight breaks, pitched vocals, soft melodies and a nice little wobbly bassline for a top notch deep liquid jam, while Look carries a more ominous tone reminiscent of classic dark rollers like Total Science & S.P.Y’s Venus Prime.
Check out the clips below for a flavour of the tracks; the release is available from your favourite digital store right now.