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22 Apr 12
Played by: Night Tracks
25 Jun 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
15 Aug 12
Review: Soaka is a mysterious garage and bass producer hailing from Wales, and this latest release though sees him veering into deeper territory than those genres might suggest and with impressive results too. "Let Go" is a druggy glitch-fest with a warped male vocal loop drifting in and out over hazy keyboards and slow vintage R&B beats. "You Could" follows a similar mood but with extra spacey 90s synth swirls, soulful female vocal loops and fractured garage rhythms. The title track is also remixed by D3ADL1NE, given an excellent 4/4 micro house makeover that could easily fit into a set by the likes of Villalobos.
12 Sep 12
Review: Keeping it inventive, Kimp Vasko shakes things up with this release on Prospekt curiously entitled "Smoke Signals". Kicking off with "Jardela" we are treated to a flurry of glitch, techno infused beats and whirring atmospherics with bassline buzz; then it's on to "Baleria" with its more synth-led Ibiza house feel. "Matxete" keeps things interesting with its quirky rhythms and blissed out atmospheres, whilst "Wildfire" is all tripped out beats and bleepy synth soaring melodies before "Retro" brings the EP to a finish.
01 Dec 12
Review: Always ones to rely on breaking exciting new artists, Prospekt sign Reach for a trio of deep dubby treats. Taking the name from the highly disciplined Japanese drumming style, each of the three cuts on here enjoy some fine intricate percussion work. "Fractured" weaves and bobs with a pendulum bass motif that swings back and forth with heavy hypnosis. "Coma", meanwhile, lives up to its name with somnambulant grace, leaving "Black Forest" to finish the set with menacing minimalism. Reach for the stars, right?
10 Dec 12
Review: Wonderfully deep vibes abound on this young Cornish producer's Prospekt debut. There's a heavy emphasis on the dark garage flavours throughout as we're guided through the mournful pads and wistful melodic structures. "Music Work You" whistles on a subdued two-step with an underplayed euphoria, "They Heard I Was Good" carries some really interesting vocal harmony processing over a more solid club beat while "Make It Through" builds and builds with beef beats and a deft vocal loop. Another fine release from Prospekt.
30 Apr 13
Review: The eleventh release for UK future bass imprint Prospekt is helmed by Pan, who delivers one serious double whammy of an EP. "E11" is a ferocious slice of DnB - cold, clean and menacing. The other blow is a deceptively softer one, with "Mute" being a downtempo piece, but still with precision mechanical beats: perfect for Sunday afternoon sessions.