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Taken from the various artists album SQRSVA01, ‘Northbound Train’ is the meeting of production outfits Jaskin & Uneven and Electrosoul System. The full album features music from Sorse, Tellus, Eusebeia, Broken Promise & Turrican, D.Mist, Jaskin & Uneven, Electrosoul System, Margari’s Kid, Dominic Ridgway, Cruel Culture and Governmentfun. Check out the premiere of Jaskin &Continue reading “Premiere: Jaskin & Uneven X Electrosoul System – Northbound Train”
Words by Alexander Internal Wave Sequence 1 is the opening release from The Vision Reels & Barefoot on their new label venture Captured Visions. A four track EP available on cassette tape and digital, the EP is a beat free ambient ensemble, provoking reflective moods and cascading emotions. The production duo combine a wealth ofContinue reading “The Vision Reels & Barefoot – Internal Wave Sequence 1”
Again Saudade offers an innovative six-tracker that launches a fresh creative direction, one that seeks to channel residual thoughts and emotion relating to trauma and abandonment. It’s a deeply human, personal piece of music. Finding a home on Inperspective Records the EP confirms the imprint as a leader in forward thinking breakbeat music. Check outContinue reading “Premiere: Again Saudade – Again Saudade”
The Droogs label is back on the case with another blistering release from two of the stable’s favourite sons. Overlook’s ‘Video Nasties’ warbles through six and half minutes of twisted bass, tough breaks and raucous sax licks, while Karim Maas’ ‘Dimensions’ is the meeting of archetypal jungle drums and raw untamed low frequency distortion. BothContinue reading “Premiere: Overlook – Video Nasties”
A One.Seventy favourite and hugely consistent producer, Ghost Warrior comes good on his reputation with a new 4-track ep on Well Street Records. Across 4 tracks the ‘Meet At Infinity’ ep is clinical, stark, cold beats delivered with measured finesse and perfect balance. Everything that we have come to expect from Ghost Warrior production areContinue reading “Premiere: Ghost Warrior – Meet At Infinity”
’Teleporter’ is the new joint EP from Deft & Lewis James; a natural pairing of minds for a project that has been long in the making. Both have indirectly crossed paths via separate releases and collabs on Exit Records and 1985 Music, and now come together on Deft’s own B4 Music. Both artists are wellContinue reading “Premiere: Deft & Lewis James – Wolf 503 b”
Overlook steps forthrightly into the cinematic horror of ‘Ultra Violence’, leading with an unnerving tonal soundscape which finally relents to aggressive industrial beats, climaxing in an assault across all frequencies. Joined by Karim Maas on ‘Heart of Darkness’ the pair explore the outer limits of distorted breaks and almost psychedelic screams from inside the machine.Continue reading “Premiere: Overlook & Karim Maas – Heart Of Darkness”
Brighton native Constrict joins the ranks of Ronin Ordinance for the next 12″ from the label fast approaching its thirtieth release. For his vinyl debut Constrict delivers two complimentary aspects of his sound, modern jungle and an autonomic-esque deep number. Check out Trauma Bond, exclusive to One.Seventy. ONE.SEVENTY · Premiere: Constrict – Trauma Bond ConstrictContinue reading “Premiere: Constrict – Trauma Bond”
One.Seventy favourite Oliver Yorke graces Kid Drama’s CNVX label with the absolutely sublime ‘Touch EP’. With collaborations with Heron Flow and Amy Kisnorbo, Yorke navigates across four tracks drawing on autonomic influences, destined for soundscapes new. Check out the premiere of ‘Union’ exclusively to One.Seventy. ONE.SEVENTY · Premiere: Oliver Yorke – Union Oliver Yorke –Continue reading “Premiere: Oliver Yorke – Union”
Diffrent Music sister label Sweetbox is back on the beats with its latest instalment ‘Flumps’, a bonafide slice of hardcore junglism from K Super. Proper rave vibes from start to finish, ripping through the space-time continuum at warp speed. Reach for the lasers and make some f*cking noise! Check out the premiere, exclusive to One.Seventy.Continue reading “Premiere: K Super – Flumps”
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