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08 Feb 12
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Played by: Juno Recommends Bassline
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04 Jun 12
Played by: Vorres - Juno
Review: Soul Motive have always been representative of the current strains of Bristol's ever flourishing tapestry of music scenes so it makes perfect sense that the label would call on the Young Echo collective sooner or later. After some notable releases for fellow Bristol hubs Idle Hands and Punch Drunk, Kahn steps forth with another example of his undoubted talent for making music that spans the shades of the bass music spectrum with the rowdy yet soulful 2 step bump of "Angeles." This is Kahn in smooth mode, demonstrating his prowess at weaving vocals so that they form an integral part of the rhythm. Fellow Punch Drunk acolyte Superisk ensures it's an all Bristol affair with a remix that dampens the soulful nature in favour of something altogether darker.
23 Apr 12
Played by: The Town - Clekclekboom Recordings, Smutlee, Kalbata, Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Greenmoney
Review: A producer known for his sterling, dub slanted Soul Jazz 12"s as well as remixes for Spank Rock, Roll Deep, and Count & Sinden, Kalibata brings his talents to Greenmoney for this excellent double-track release. "Freeown" is a fired-up tropical bass worker that's not made any less punchy by its dubby inflections, while "Skanker" is a dubstep-influenced menace that plies seriously low bass over crisp 2-step snares.
20 May 13
Review: Following the success of his recent 'Freetown' single, Kalbata has stuck with Greenmoney for the follow up. Dubby instrumentals are the order of the day here, with the title track, "It Ain't Like That" channeling deep techy house, adding sinister sound effects and buzzes for good measure. "Barbara" on the other hand, with its off-kilter tropical beats, reveals the vibes that found him fans in the shape of Spank Rock, Roll Deep, and Count & Sinden.
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26 Mar 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn
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26 Oct 09
Played by: Juno Recommends Bassline
17 Oct 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage
16 Jul 12
Played by: Ya Dun Know
Review: Recently signed to the Madtech label, 22-year old producer Kashii fuses ghetto rhythms with a classic house sound on "Rome" - the excellent title song from this new EP. Alongside it, "Make This" is a smoother yet still banging mix of dubby kicks and retro hardcore stabs arranged into a locked and jacking house groove. On a more militant and grimy tangent, "Rome" gets a makeover by South London Ordnance while Lakosa adds some deep and moody textures to "Make This".
20 Nov 11
Played by: Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio
Review: A scintillating trio of tunes on Southern Fried here from Kashii, which are deep, emotive and achingly subtle. The eponymous track of the EP, "Waves" is an exercise in meditation, with lapping waves washing around deftly placed beats, bleepy SFX and a hushed whispering vocal. "Never Do" continues the narrative with firm 4/4 rhythms, sweeping atmospherics, lush layers of sound and more than a hint of wistful sadness. Finally, "Take You Away" does just what it says on the tin with an epic, beautiful tone, delicate synth washes and soft, tripping beats.
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Review: Dropping on Starkey's Seclusiasis imprint last year, Kastle's "Time Traveler" was a confident combination of spectral yet hard hitting 2-step garage rhythms and dubstep bass combined with UK Funky inspired piano stabs and neon chords. Now it finds itself being remixed by the legendary Todd Edwards, who reworks the track into an upbeat US garage number, consisting of a shackling pattern of hi-hats and a rapid bassline ascent that somehow finds the space to sit comfortably between expertly clipped vocal samples. We don't have to tell you that pretty much everything Edwards touches turns to gold, but this is something special indeed.
23 Apr 13
Review: The long-awaited solo LP from US-based soulful bass music producer Kastle has been the talk of music blogs around the world for months. Now its finally made it to a full release , there's something of a feeling of satisfaction that can be heard in each track. Whether that's projected by the listener or not might be hard to prove, but there's a definite positive energy that flows through everything Kastle produces. From the garage beats of "Been A While" and "Red Light" to the irresistibly hip house groove of "Insatiable" and trap-hop crush of "Death From Above", it's clear that versatility is what this album is all about. Clean, crisp production matched to soulful, blissed-out dance music that's unashamedly fashionable yet different enough to be taken seriously. An album of 2013 no doubt.
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27 Mar 13
Played by: Highgrademuzik Aka Don D Selectah
Review: Ahh, Top Billin'; the label that keeps on giving! These unstoppable Finns have yet another serving of sizzling hot bass for us in the form of this new two tracker from Kepikei. This shady producer is gaining momentum and it's no surprise - "Bust A Move" is a totally cool slice of evil basslines, doomy vocal samples and an underlying booty vibe. "Ghettomaster" is the one though, a killer slice of arpeggiated ghettotech - totally baddass!
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