Heist has developed a reputation for tough, urban-edged sonics over many years of cultivation and curation, over a decade of doing his bit for a scene and over a decade of pumping out very, very good music. He never holds back but this release on Cre8 DnB Music is actually somewhat more restrained, with L3mmy experimenting with a few different styles and textures. Just click the relevant area to join the conversation and login as a guest where you can enter any name you want or via your Facebook Account. Few words used but repeating. Released under a for noncommercial usage. Nuusic have proven that they're more than capable of releasing tunes which don't mess about but which carry an air of respectability as well, music that's for the dancefloor but that doesn't sacrifice itself for that purpose. Kimyan Law contributes with his usual creativity as well.
In their desperate search for a way to reverse the effect, they managed to find a way to banish the cryomatter and end the stasis. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. His knack for creating incredibly unique jungle music is honestly unrivalled and some of his more popular competitors could certainly learn a lot from him about to construct, deconstruct and recreate a vibrant breaks-based piece of music. Dr Meaker is without a doubt one of the most unique artists in the scene. The Siren - Bungle Bladerunner Remix 6.
It's the Way - Taktix Serum Remix 8. Mastering and artwork by Christian Becker. This cryomatter, as we named it, entered our dimension through a quantum rift. This release is no different, featuring four cuts of pure damage in classic Nick style, with plenty of attitude and plenty of gunfinger moments. Description : A short heavy sample loops with chops and a sample chop of vocals laid out with a glitch type pattern at times. The title tune is our favourite, with a seriously hype-inducing build and a raucous drop that reminds us of a Neurofunk track, except without all the unnecessary noise it becomes ten times heavier. Make sure you cop this one.
If you wish to do anything more then simply listen to and enjoy the tracks listed here get in touch with the artist who created them. A reminder we are here on purpose, we are not random we are not a mistake. Down 2 Earth Muzik is Macky Gee's imprint, his way of putting out more of the music he personally enjoys and wishes there was more of, a stamp he can plonk down on the scene and call his own. Command Strange and Alibi is a combination to be reckoned with. Track 7 and 8 written and produced by Xenofish. Released under a for noncommercial usage. Before the stasis began a small team of scientists managed to escape through the rift where they discovered a world beyond their comprehension.
He's definitely succeeded, whether you're into it is up to you, but there's a certain creativity in how the synths and basses are constructed and how they relate to each other. Nick The Lot has been absolutely smashing it recently and he's fast becoming one of Grid's most reliable sources of explosive dancefloor material. We love it and can't wait to hear more. Track 3 and 4 written and produced by Cybernetika. Released under a for noncommercial usage. The first track is called 'Nutella', which tells you all you need to know. The rest of the release is equally slick - Audio Massacre have killed it indeed.
Don't be fooled by that sophistication though, this is still music that's gritty and rooted in the scene's penchant for tough beats and urban sonics. Part of a broader cohort which includes the likes of Bou, Kanine and others, Dutta nails the tough, rough and urban-edged sound that's proliferated so much at the moment. . This next release is from Prestige and it seems like he's heard the criticism that jump up is too samey, and so gone out and tried to refine and change the sound. Eazy is holding up that mantle with this single, a double-sided weapon with an urban-edge.