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09 Feb 12
05 Jan 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Dubstep
28 Jul 12
15 Apr 12
Played by: Platform, Unknown Error, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Terminal State (Vanguard Audio), S Man, Liz-E, Hybrid Minds
Review: Much loved Brighton-based Shogun duo Spectrasoul have always impressed with their versatility, taking us from lush, vocal-led beauties to deep, dark bass-driven cuts at the click of a button. Here, their skills culminate in "Light In The Dark", in which the sweet, sonorous vocals of Terri Walker are paired with snapping snares and an impenetrable booming bassline, whilst reverberating SFX add further depth to the piece. "Shackles (feat. Fox)" sees the boys taking a different approach with rough, rattling breaks, gritty bass, an urban overtone and Fox spitting lyrics over the top. Superb from start to finish.
04 Apr 11
Review: Undoubtedly one of Spectrasoul's strongest tracks to date, "Lost Disciple" is a moody, bass driven dancefloor cut which picks up where they left off after their last release - "Glimpse" feat. D Bridge on Shogun last year - and takes it into the great unknown with lashings of soulful sultriness. Centred around the penetrating bassline, the layered lyrics and soothing melody are woven around deftly to form a delectable track. "Reminiscence", again a rather introspective track, gets points for top-notch bass, but is rather more playful with quirky rhythmic patterns and cooing vocal snippets.
17 Jun 12
Played by: Homegroove Project, Platform, Physical Illusion, Syncopix, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Winter, S Man, Nsekt, Liz-E, Notion, Mikal, Protect Audio
Review: The ever-reliable Shogun Audio imprint, co-owned by DJ Friction and K-Tee, presents the next release in a slew of quality singles. This time the magic is brought to us by the Spectrasoul boys who team up with talented vocalist Tamara Blessa on the title track "Away With Me"; the result is a soulful slice of sexiness with white noise crackling beats and an enticing vocal driving things along. Calibre provides a lush interpretation with gentle, pattering drums and pulsing bass, underpinned by dreamy instrumentals, while dubstep darling Kito gives it the Rustie treatment with a bleepy kaleidoscope of sounds.
03 Sep 12
Review: Described as being "vital members of DJ Friction's irrepressible Shogun Audio movement", this acclaimed duo pride themselves on their ability to combine both depth and dancefloor-beats in their productions. For this split-release we have a remixes of their track "Organiser" by Foreign Concept who takes the original and twists it into a slow and sinister beast. The digital B-Side features "One Chance" by their Russian labelmate, Enei, remixed into an even darker, glitchy affair by Emperor.