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Evesdrop - (2:51) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Geminus - (3:21) 133 BPM
Review: Next up on dBridge's Exit Recordings is newcomer Dolenz, an established DJ who can be found on the airwaves via NTS, Radar Radio and Balamii. He is currently working closely with the label: following this single there are talks of a more expansive project on the horizon. Described as a futurist at heart with an aesthetic kept firmly in the present, yet informed by what has come before him. His first appearance came via Sonic Router in 2015 with the release of the Hysteresis EP. His influences stretch far and wide - from MF Doom all the way through to Aldous Huxley. Both "Evesdrop" and "Sum Drum" are very urban/street influenced jams that are heavy on the low end while "Geminus" is by far the most interesting cut: it nails the label's half-time/grey area aesthetic, while delving into exotic realms at the same time.
EXIT 074
20 Oct 17
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Intro - (3:38) 116 BPM
Murder This - (2:42) 136 BPM
Golden Spike (feat Jehst) - (3:22) 131 BPM
Kill This - (3:40) 57 BPM
Polyprop - (3:39) 159 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dead That - (4:34) 134 BPM
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - Sumgii remix) - (3:07) 159 BPM
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - instrumental) - (3:02) 131 BPM
Golden Spike (feat Jehst - Sumgii remix instrumental) - (3:07) 122 BPM
EXIT 092
26 Jun 20
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Helium I - (2:47) 152 BPM
Yottabyte - (3:25) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Geminus - (3:21) 133 BPM
Hydrofracker - (3:12) 85 BPM
Contains Syncrolon (feat Hector Plimmer) - (4:19) 126 BPM
Introducing Spacebody - (3:40) 95 BPM
Original Trailer - (2:26) 160 BPM
Evesdrop - (2:53) 158 BPM
Seed Mantra (feat Elsa Hewitt & Saskia Horton) - (4:22) 157 BPM
Dolenz & Deft - "Filter Bubble" - (3:00) 86 BPM
Helium II - (4:14) 87 BPM
Pull (feat Guilty Simpson - mix) - (4:00) 54 BPM
Some Drum (Redux) - (4:27) 156 BPM
Outpost - (1:07) 123 BPM
Main Theme - (3:01) 156 BPM
Jevastator - (3:43) 57 BPM
Review: A soundtrack to a bleak, imaginary environmental catastrophe movie: Dolenz isn't messing around here with his debut album. But then would you expect anything less from one of Exit's most esoteric beat-meddlers? As the bleak concept suggests, there's no cosy warm feel good flavours here, this is forefront fusion with a strong message. That's not to say it's not beautiful in its own barbed way (the delicate, soul-weighted "Seed Mantra" will stop you in your tracks, we guarantee it) but the main theme is subversion, wooziness and that ominous feeling everything is ruined and we're past the point of no return. Highlights include the establish banger "Pull" with Guilty Simpson, the rusty warped merry go round "Main Theme" and the broken-glass-in-space cuts and stabs of "Hydrofracker". Singular.
17 May 19
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Pull - (3:58) 107 BPM
Pull (Darkhouse Family remix) - (2:27) 129 BPM
Pull (instrumental) - (3:58) 107 BPM
Pull (DBridge's Push Me remix) - (3:47) 100 BPM
Turn It Up - (3:10) 87 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pull (DBridge's Push Me remix instrumental) - (3:47) 100 BPM
Review: Previously spotted eavesdropping on Exit in late 2017, Balamii badman Dolenz returns to dBridge's mothership with another unique, scorched hybrid "Pull". An exploration of gravitational force, matter and the universe with Guilty Simpson, Dolenz's original is a futuristic gritty hip hop bruk-up while the remixes take it to a range of different places... Darkhouse family add a whole new dreamy layer while bossman dBridge brings a clanking, bashy industrial funk to the blend. If that's not enough, jump straight on the stinking bassline swagger jam "Turn It Up" for even more gravitation forcefulness. Heavy.
EXIT 084
15 Mar 19
Hip Hop/R&B
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