Review: Eazy is a producer we've featured quite a lot on this site before and it's because he has an impressive talent for producing gargling, powerful beats that hit hard and don't look back when they step over your stunned body. It makes sense that he's on Bagged & Tagged, then, as his Khufra EP shows off the capabilities of both him and the label. The title track is the standout, a chopped-up amalgamation of energy and purpose, custom-built for the club and very much in tune with the strength of the scene at the moment. The rest of the release slaps as well - check it out.
Review: Walking Dead founder Eazy steps up to Low Down Deep with two barnstorming arson anthem. "Can't Lose" is all about the urgency thanks to its rising buzz-like siren tapping dramatically over groaning basses and swaggering breaks while "Left Behind" brings a little human soul to the chaos as a sweet female vocal and steel drums build up to another signature Eazy riot bassline. Killer business.
Review: If you've been following the new season of Game of Thrones, you'll know that the walking dead are currently in full force and bearing down on the living. We imagine that the poor people stuck in Winterfell feel similar to how we feel listening to these new Walking Dead cuts, courtesy of Eazy. Two slices of serious VIP business, Eazy has ramped up the aggressive vibes on both of these and turned them into absolute weapons. If you're into your jump-up, as well as your Game of Thrones, we highly recommend these.
Review: Subway Soundz, despite their name perhaps have connotations of footlong sandwiches, manage to put out some of the dirtiest beats in the game. Eazy is holding up that mantle with this single, a double-sided weapon with an urban-edge. 'Very Odd' is arguably the stronger of the two if only because it has such a satisfyingly solid drum line underpinning it, punching basses inject the urban edge mentioned above and then the drop finished it all off - absolutely sick tune. 'Fire' is more along Souped Up lines with its catchy melody and simple arrangement - one of the serum fans.
Review: Eazy does it! Walking Dead's chief corpse swigs down the last drink of 2018 and it turns out to be pure petrol.... Expect nothing but absolute stinkage the whole way through as the veteran riff grizzler lays down a whole stack of jams that range from the brutal fire of "Call Them" to the soulful switch up of "Let You Go" by way of the off beat weirdo bleep funk of "Jungle Demon" and the skin melting title track. One more time? A million more times more like....
Review: Chow down! Walking Dead bosszombie Eazy returns with his largest solo EP in quite some time. As you'd expect from the title, it's a pretty gruesome, gory affair, too; the title track is a pounding thumper that's got serious punk energy and attitude to it, "Everybody Dead" takes neuro style bass textures and flips them in a slamming jumpy framework, "Remain Calm" is all about the melting high harmonics Qs and gurgling As that are so grotty they could have only come from the toilet while "Dead Gang" corrals the corpses for flash mob walking dead riot, all staccato bass stabs and industrial strength drum work. Rest in pieces.
Review: Eazy does it. Fresh from some serious Noisia support, the Walking Dead bone-rattling boss man lets rip with two horn-scorched slicers. "Funny Bones" slaps and tickles with a Bristol style bouncing riff and some of the smokiest brass ever laid down over a jump-up tune. "Ancient Entities" takes an even deeper route with a purring bassline, stark steppy beats and even more emotional horn work. Woozy but not snoozy, Eazy's on a right vibe here.
Review: We've waited... And waited... And waited. Ever since Grooverider championed the Escalated Sounds boss's Pharoahe Monch sampling slammer last summer the world and their dubplate munching dogs have been after this. Now, almost a year later, it's ours for keepsies. For added hype, the Two Twisted brothers add turbo charged filth to Eazy's 2015 bullet "More Money Less Problems". Eazy does it!