Review: CruCast's excellent run of top quality releases is set to continue as they welcome the man of the minute: Eloquin, a producer whose stock has shot up since the start of 2020. We kick off his brand new four track selection with the whistling synth runs and sharp snare processing of 'Gotcha' before seeing Purple Velvet Curtains join the party for some well placed vocal additions on 'Carnage'. Next, 'Movin' provides with scattered drum expressions and grizzly synthesizer runs before 'Destructive' sees MPH arrive on collaborative duty for a classic UK bass bruk. Wicked work from all involved!
Review: One thing we have noticed about the CruCast release model, is that it is perfectly balanced between their more established faces and a constant wave of exciting newcomers. This release pays homage to the first of those options as CruCast roll out the red carpet for an all-star affair as the likes of Skepsis, Darkzy, Bru-C, TS7, Tsuki and more come together for a scorching selection of brazen bassy badness. There are some tasty pieces involved, but the ones that leap out the most have to include Skue-K's colourful rework of Bru-C & D Double's 'Heater', along with a vibrant VIP mix of 'Jungle' from Nu Aspect.
Review: To celebrate an incredible run of releases and festival stage takeovers, CruCast have collated some of their most popular releases over the last few years into one handy compilation, taking the name 'Cru100'. Now over the past few years we have seen CruCast lay down a pretty dominant release schedule, which shows in this tracklisting as we reminisce with classics from the likes of Skepsis, Darkzy, Distinkt and Tsuki, with more recent bangers such as Bru-C and Simula's 'You & I' making it onto the listing also. If you are looking for certified dancefloor ammo, look no further!