Tag Archives: bass

Interview: Blacksmif

  Blacksmif, aka Yemi is a young producer hailing from London. His recent release on Synchronicity was crafted with finesse and affection without resorting to well known tropes or obtuse programming. Here’s what he had to say for himself a few months ago on the current state of his scene, reaching out to wider audiences […]

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Mosca – “Jager”

Mosca has all the Night Slugs credentials but like Blawan, he has falling prey to the techno allure.  The intensity on this track strips away any of the UK garage heritage that Mosca had once exhibited.  And puts the bass in a boom room that techno masters from Underground Resistance to Shed would be pleased […]

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Friday Night // Trevino – “Buried”

Well look who has been spotted jumping on the 808 bandwagon? It’s only Marcus Intalex, the ultimate intelligent liquid drum and bass honcho. The Mancunian* – who made his name spearheading the more refined side of dnb, releasing Martyn’s first crossover hit on Revolve:r Shadowcasting – has shifted his attention to 4-to-the-floor side of things. […]

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Objekt – “The Goose That Got Away”

Okay, so I like random techno dubstep.  It sounds great on the dancefloor.  According to Internet rumor, spouted by now famous, post-Resident Advisor guest Ben UFO, Objekt lives in Berlin and posts on dubstepforum.com (this website produces a lot of talent). There is no more hyperbole to add here. There are no words, so you […]

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Endgames – “Ecstasy (Jam City Refix)”

Jam City make jams. Ecstasy’s synth stabs and unpredictable progressions are a joy to listen to. The melodic timbre and sporadic conga hits meld the rhythm into a natural crescendo, which also comes with belated slabs of bass echoing grime. This is modern electronic dance music that is unclassifiable, I think things are better that […]

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