Review: What an interesting selection we find ourselves perusing here as Left, Right & Centre unveil this top quality new four track selection, showcasing some of the most forward thinking sounds in bass music. We begin with unorthodox rhythmic designs, wailing vocal sampling and warbling bass textures of Henzo's 'Duck & Pancakes', before Heritage and Delo provide us with a heads down bass slap, packed with metallic drum goodness. Next, the delicate percussive grooves of Josh Scott's 'Metropol'' are introduced to the selection before finishing off with the techy-inspired drum alignments and pulsating synthesizer drills of 'Drifting Off'. Amazing work from the Left, Right & Centre team!
Review: We were very excited to see new music from Heritage drop this week, as the Brighton / London combo of Triblist and Agora join forces for three super original heaters, courtesy of Glome Sound. We kick off with the incredibly vibrant drum bounces and percussive intuition of the title track 'Snakes & Ladders', before the road darkens across the amazonian rhythms, well placed blips and subtle spaced out delays of 'Signal Path'. We then finish off the project with the super swampy 'Outside Contact', which again deploys super authentic percussive grooves to round off this EP with a real dash of finesse.
Review: This is the first-ever release from Heritage, a UK DJ/producer with a long track record working on the tech side of the industry. Coming on Pete Le Freq's York-based Alpaca Edits label, his debut finds him teaming up with Ed Mahon, a Blackpool-based house DJ/producer who also co-founded online station Cowbell Radio, to rework three classic disco/funk/boogie cuts from Donald Byrd ('Loving You', 1978), The Brothers Johnson ('Strawberry Letter 23', 1977) and Jean Carn ('My Love Don't Come Easy', 1979). No wheels are getting reinvented here, but all three takes are respectfully done, and chunked-up nicely!