Ingredients records back at it again, with a release from Eveson, a well rounded man on the creative aspects of things. Dishing out an EP that should be titled ‘You’ve been served’, humbling music at that. This is ‘Grey Dawn Ep’, take heed.
Here’s a starter, to ooze some warmness from your is ‘Grey Dawn’, tag-teamed with ‘Halogenix’, the intro starts depicting atmospheric ‘noons, provoking sober thoughtfulness. However, Grab a drink and bask in it. This is about to get trippy. See, I’m kinda writing this in a restaurant stuck on repeat to this tune with not enough words to transcribe it. This is a straight classic.
‘A Dystopian Romance’ takes flight on the second run, the name says it all, the break propelling a runaway love that couldn’t believe in anything else but itself and needs no other encouragement. Intelligent emotion design your heart will easily spaz to.
‘Deluge’ overwhelms as it delves in ethereal feels. This EP is likely to conjure up some intriguing dreams should one pass out to it. Talking from experience. Scope the link below.
Release Date: 23 June 2014
One of the most formidable labels in the scene ‘Commercial Suicide’ sees ‘Dose’ who has solidified his name on major labels supplying quite a number of digital merch with a 12 track LP titled “Mind The Future”? Well we take heed for the style taken upon this is progressive and sees no boundaries, drilling ahead of time.
Tracks such as ‘Nowadays’ are heavily packed in vitality, and ‘Once Again dumbing it down a bit on some skanky level but constant on the rolling. This LP sure speaks versatility. A crusading stance on dance-floor carnage. One to bag for your ammo. Scope the link below.
Release Date: 2 June 2014
Having followed the growth of Utopia Music over the past releases it comes as no surprise the versatility that gets implemented on every presentation brought forth. With a teaser that’s been stalling for too long now on a release, we now see a blend of label owner Mako, and Fields who’s known to have been making the rounds on the label and as well as DLR on one of the tunes.
Breaking the ice on this is ‘Old Soul’ on the A-side. A combo of Mako, Fields and DLR. This tune kicks off with a stabby sizzle on the intro, and a sort of longing pad like emotion. The techy drum work also combos this tune into some sinister lushness alluring one to bask in.
From A-side to B-side we see DLR going in solo as he ‘Bridges The Gap’. Keeping the vibe on an intense but steady flow fixing your limbs in a constant movement but never tiring. This goes well to loosen up a ‘floor.
This is dropping on Vinyl and digital.