It’s not too long ago that he dropped some belters on “Dispatch” but already his lashing out with yet another belter on his “Commercial Suicide” home-ground, “Nymfo”. New Ep going both digital and pressed with a limited 12″ of 300 cuts. This is the “Electrosmog EP” and it’s packing heat like a contained volcanoe.
Right onto the business at hand is the title track which wastes no time on the introduction as it quickly runs it’s self up as king of the rollers, steamrolling on a frontal assault. Pure upfront dance-floor adrenalin. This is “Electrosmog”!
Now the second tune somewhat tones it down a bit so you can catch your breath from the first tune and that is “Cymatic Frequencies”, although brawling heavily on one’s chest commissioning a rugged bass-line this tune still institutes a calm demeanour on certain intervals. This is the vibe!
And then there comes “Drop The Bass” as the last tune on the EP sealing things off with a nicely swaying bass and a good layer of skittering percs!
Release Date: 15/09/2014
Early exclusive release on Beatport:
I must say it’s always a treat when Ingredients records has some bits new on the menu, and taking the time to present us with exceptional eardrum molestation, they’ve dished up for us new material from “Response”, a release that certainly has us responding on a massive vibe tip. Out of just these two tracks makes one read into how Response can easily flex any style and make is as potent as fuck!
First tune goes in full swing, “S.O.S”?? Get in the zone vibes and you’re gone. Vibe influencer!
One to leave your moving body in inertia long after the track is done. Haha.
As we switch over to the second tune, “Control”, plays on an ominous tone with modulated voices that tune don’t be so sure about being in control, but other than that, nothing like a good disfigured bass. Ponder ponder track, well conceptualised.
Release Date: 8 Sept 14
New release from “Warm Communications” sees “Break” on their roster, one man who has people’s ears perking up like a dog’s at the sound of his drums. The take on this two track release has break fiddling with one of “Mako”‘s tunes “What A little Moonlight Can Do”, certainly switching the mood of the original and giving it some edge with the samples falling right into place, groovy as fuck!
There’s also “Coming 4 U”, can we just say incoming signature business!! How he always exceptionally executes how the bassline rides out his drums is just genius, and all just flows flawlessly so. Always a good structure when incorporating warm vibes with a tinge of aggression.
Release Date: 8 Sept 14