Distance never ceases to amaze me. No news on when these are coming out but they’ve just been added to his soundcloud so hopefully it won’t be too long. You can tell that each tune s a Distance track, however they are very different. Broken Dawn has a much more minimal feel to it (and must be listened to on proper headphones/spakers), while Andromeda features a bit more of a loud and distorted sound, which is fair to expect in most Distance tracks. Can’t wait to get my hands on these, biggggg up Distance!!
Haven’t posted up one from these guys in a while, but if you haven’t been keeping up to date with them, get on that!! As always Savage Rehab smashes it with a blend of old school sounds and the latest of DnB. Neck Funk has a very upbeat vibe to it, and is perfect for brightening up your day if you’re still experiencing gray weather like we are here in Cleveland. Step Inside on the other hand brings a bouncy sound that is sure to get you moving. Both of these will be out hopefully soon on their Saxxon EP on V Recordings. As always, big up to Savage Rehab!!
Super dark vibes comin’ from Compa on this one. A majority of what I’ve been listening to lately has been minimal dubstep, it can get semi-repetitive due to the slight similarity in percussion, yet Compa always brings something new to the scene. Antact has his classic gritty sound but also brings in a upbeat drum sequence that’ll definitely get your head bobbing. Really hope this one gets a digital release, but will for sure be forthcoming on vinyl soon. Keep your eyes peeled for this one.
God I’m excited for this release. The first time I heard this was in Audio’s set with Optical on the Program Showcase on Drum & Bass Arena, and from the moment it dropped I couldn’t stop listening to it. I haven’t been finding too many dark and energetic tracks lately, it seems that most of the popular DnB releases lately have been more geared to the liquid scene, which of course is noteworthy, but not the same. Since Loadstar’s Bomber was released I have been really trying to build my library of the darker side of DnB, and this tune will definitely be getting plays for years to come. Headroom has this somewhat bouncy sound to it, which really seems to be pulling in some funk influences, while adding the very noteworthy, distorted, and techy basslines. So give this tune a listen, and if you’ve got any details on the release, feel free to leave a comment.