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Hands Up (feat Revibe) - (4:30) 174 BPM
Tribal - (4:33) 172 BPM
Quantum Leap (feat T-Man) - (5:12) 175 BPM
Never Been - (5:40) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Conrad Subs
Review: Nuusic have had a wicked last 6 months, putting out a big compilation and then lots of smaller releases, all of which blend jungle with more rolling sounds, to great effect. Grimesy is the man of the hour this time around and his EP covers multiple fields, with 'Tribal' as bonkers, steppy banger with a bassline that rips and tears itself around the arrangement. The title track features T-Man and is equally as rough, with an old-school drum sound and a slick vocal overlap, all of which compliment a guttural bassline. The other two are also wicked - shouts to the Nuusic crew.
NUU 010
20 Sep 19
Drum And Bass
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It Was - (5:01) 57 BPM
We Here - (4:30) 174 BPM
What Ya Do - (4:28) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
More Talking - (4:24) 174 BPM
Played by: Conrad Subs
Review: Subwoofah are rolling things out nicely here with a joint four-tracker from Grimesy and Speaker Louis, who manage to combine riotous jungle with more considered tones to great effect. 'It Was' lands more on the side of the former except it smashes out the jump up stabs over a staggered, junglist undercarriage which injects a whole new dynamic of broken, torn energy to create a proper choon. 'What You Do' is a bit more stripped back, a bit more focused on the drum side of things and it works really well, sub-bass stabs abound in the gaps and its all just very sick. Top work you two.
SW 029
02 Dec 19
Drum And Bass
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Burnin - (4:25) 58 BPM
We A Badman - (4:52) 174 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Can't Touch - (4:52) 174 BPM
Bad Boy Flow - (4:35) 57 BPM
Review: Last spotted on Euphonique's Subwoofah with the series statement of intent "We Here", Speaker Louis and Grimesy tag up once again for this equally heavy collection on Deep In The Jungle. Four tracks deep, each one a stinker, highlight include the bonafide bludclart jungle ruffage of "Can't Touch", the bounding subs of "Burning" and the full-strength sirens and tidal wave bass surges on the title track. Bad boys for life...
14 Feb 20
Drum And Bass
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Conrad Subs - "Leave Dem" - (5:23) 56 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
High Hertz - "Jungle Rocker" - (5:10) 59 BPM
Sl8r - "Wid It" (Kumarachi remix) - (4:38) 58 BPM
Audiomission - "Kick Da Flava" - (5:53) 175 BPM
Arttu - "Braincrash" - (4:52) 175 BPM
RMS - "Nuh Spliff" - (5:12) 175 BPM
Warhead - "No Worries" - (4:24) 175 BPM
Pyro - "Burn It" - (3:39) 175 BPM
Soko - "Marksman" - (5:12) 175 BPM
Motiv - "Tensile Strength" - (4:35) 174 BPM
Jamoh & Diligent Fingers - "Pearl Harbour" - (5:01) 175 BPM
Conrad Subs - "Critical Bass" - (5:13) 58 BPM
Warhead - "Mercy" (Erbman remix) - (5:57) 175 BPM
Grimesy - "This Sound" - (4:33) 57 BPM
Charla Green - "Sensations" - (3:55) 165 BPM
Bill & Ed - "Saddest Day" - (5:14) 174 BPM
DJ Direkt - "Healzz" - (4:14) 175 BPM
Margaman - "Weegie Board" - (5:26) 175 BPM
Conrad Subs - "Big Man Sound" - (4:29) 175 BPM
Subcriminal - "Ghosts & Ghouls" - (5:14) 175 BPM
Review: Not to be confused with the Julia Roberts classic, the Sound of Nuusic isn't a Bavarian epic but instead a UK underground epic of compilation sized proportions, with a whole raft of underground talents offering up a diverse concoction of jungle flavours. With Conrad Subs making several appearances, his stand-out contribution is 'Leave Dem', with a funked-up loping introduction that's seriously smooth but which quickly devolves into a stuttering balance of breaks and reece bass action. There's wicked jungle contributions from Kumarachi and RMS as well as Sheffield upstart Charla Green, whose knock-down breaks carry some serious weight. This is a must-listen for anyone who likes their jungle music.
NUU 006
01 Mar 19
Drum And Bass
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