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Eclipse EP
ABYSS 008
25 Jun 15
Stumblin' by Nick Hannam on Abyss Digital Cue Track
Nick Hannam - "Stumblin'" - (5:36) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
And Party by Hott Like Detroit on Abyss Digital Cue Track
Hott Like Detroit - "And Party" - (5:50) 122 BPM
Keep On Dancing by Oris Nutone on Abyss Digital Cue Track
Oris Nutone - "Keep On Dancing" - (5:20) 123 BPM
Get Gangsta' by X5 Dubs on Abyss Digital Cue Track
X5 Dubs - "Get Gangsta'" - (5:21) 126 BPM
Why Are We Here by Samantha Loveridge on Abyss Digital Cue Track
Samantha Loveridge - "Why Are We Here" - (6:06) 123 BPM
Long Time by Mike Jones on Abyss Digital Cue Track
Mike Jones - "Long Time" - (6:42) 124 BPM
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Review: Six slabs of hybrid bass so big they can temporarily shut down the sun, Abyss dig deep into the future with their latest multi-artist collection. Nick Hannam's "Stumblin" struts and shakes with a Chris Lorenzo feel, all waspy high end bass and an overweight groove. Hott Like Detroit get their ghetto shake on with a B.I.G sample hook, Oris Nutone quenches his thirst on the endless 90s drinking fountain with "Keep On Dancing" while X5 Dubs chugs up a frenzy with a bassline house jam so thick you could crush a car. Finally Samantha Loveridge lays down a slinky jam that wouldn't have gone amiss on Get Physical 10 years ago while Mike Jones provides the essential hands-up cut of the set with "Long Time" thanks to its reflective chords, classic wailing vocals and sinewy acid bassline.
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