Awesome bass/Dubstep collection from @wenever_say_die out this week
Miami WMC is such a pinnacle time for dance music, artists from all over the globe unleash there new music and create exclusive mixes and tracks especially for the occasion. It becomes special when artists allow fans to be able to get there hands on this hot music, enabling them to relive those sunshine moments.
Canadian rising star Richard Beynon allows us another opportunity for Miami escapism as he drops, for FREE DOWNLOAD, a bootleg of his track “What Does Tomorrow Bring” with Starkillers and the beatport number one anthem “Mammoth”! Sit back and enjoy the taste of WMC one more time, why wait another year!
Check out this main track from Shift K3y’s e.p. Frozen
My forthcoming release on Playaz.
Slightly different slant to what some of you guys will be expecting from me ;)
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This EP sees Prolix feat MC Coppa getting things moving with ‘Kick Off’ - their football anthem for golden boys with golden beats - followed by break beat ace DJ Devize’s ‘Shock Time’ as the EP’s midfield general (this track featured on the acclaimed Fabric Live 65 album) flanked up by Legion and Logam’s bombing tune ‘Blackout’ and ‘Talk No More’ from Rewind – which has been rated by Crissy Criss and Dogs on Acid. Rolling chill out dnb vibes from Krakota with ‘Analysis Paralysis’ keeping everything winter cool and Brummie based Harvest brings up the rear with the smooth vibes of ‘Saturn’ gracefully placed in the back of the net.
01: Prolix ‘Kick Off’
02: DJ Devize ‘Shock Time’
03: Legion and Logam ‘Blackout’
04: Rewind ‘Talk No More’
05: Krakota ‘Analysis Paralysis’
06: Harvest ‘Saturn’
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Released by: Playaz Recordings
Release/catalogue number: PLAYAZ034
Release date: Mar 11, 2013
Fred V & Grafix, the dynamic duo from Devon, present their debut solo single on Hospital. “Goggles” is a four-track EP featuring the full spectrum of their sound. The “Goggles” EP is fresh, fun and jam-packed with exciting, dancefloor-driven beats that should excite and unite D&B fans for 2013.
With its unassuming bleep intro, “Goggles” will no doubt take some by surprise with its subterranean sounds as bubbling bass and intricate arpeggios develop into the kind of aquatic frenzy you won’t have witnessed since doing 50 metres butterfly at school. But wait, “Games People Play” ups the ante with a more recognisable Fred V & Grafix aesthetic - full of polished vocal glow, warm atmospherics, punchy drums and live guitar from Fred Vahrman himself.
Returning to a stripped back, contemplative tone and we have “Denmark Road” with its shimmying soundscape, shuffling breaks and murmuring Calibre-esque sweeps. Beware the epic “Basilisk” awaiting at the end of the EP. This monster has a hypnotizing intro, then bites deep, with a drop dominated by dense, contorting synth work. Awesome.
ITUNES LINK: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/goggles-ep/id603503543
HOSPITAL LINK (VINYL): https://www.hospitalrecords.com/shop/release/fred-v-grafix/nhs230-goggles
Another excellent DC Breaks remix: Zeds Dead ‘Cowboy’ Ft Omar Lynx