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Pulse
FUL 003
29 Jul 13
Bass
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Pulse - (5:47) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Twitch - (5:50)
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Fractures - (6:07)
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Review: After making his debut on Bristolian imprint Crazy Legs, Ziro returns and this time he's made the leap to Fulcrum, the label previously dealing with similar strains of hybrid broken techno from Paleman and Thefft. The razor sharp dynamics are in place one more, with "Pulse" reveling in a wealth of sound design and crisp rhythmic acrobatics. It's an ever surging cut that eschews traditional melody in favour of something akin to woodblock tones, and likewise on "Twitch" there's not a great deal of warmth to be found in between the high-resolution thumps and scrapes of beats and other industrial-strength sonic matter. "Fractures" lives up to its name by loosening all the hinges and shaking down a constant pattering of found sound percussion, with touches of synth bringing the first bit of colour to the EP but utterly dominated by Ziro's rugged production skills.
Coded
LEGS 001
23 Jul 12
Bass
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Coded - (5:07)
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Oni - (6:00) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Oni (Om Unit's Wrongspeed) - (5:37)
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Coded (Thefft remix) - (5:11)
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Review: Bristol's Crazylegs night inaugurate their freshly minted label with the debut release from the hotly tipped Ziro, who delivers two tracks of hard-hitting swung techno with a pinch of UK bass style. "Coded" and "Oni" deliver the same kind of stripped back, darkly functional rhythms as fellow Brisolian Artifact, full of swagger and impeccably off the grid beats. Remixes come from Om Unit, whose incredible "Wrongspeed" remix of "Oni" sounds like breakbeat footwork with pieces missing, and Thefft, whose remix of "Coded" adds all sorts of rattling fills into Ziro's spacious original.
Lionheart EP
LEGS 011
30 Oct 15
Bass
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Lionheart - (6:36) 85 BPM
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Strafe (feat Bloom) - (5:46) 135 BPM
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Dun Talk (feat Riko Dan) - (3:09) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Distance - (4:51) 90 BPM
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Rapture - (5:18) 89 BPM
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Played by: Vern & Milla, Wolf
Review: Bristol's Ziro is fast becoming his city's most sought after new artist, and we can't go anywhere these days without hearing his name being mentioned. So, we expected good things with this latest outing on his native Crazylegs, and we were certainly not disappointed with these five scorching bass swelters. "Lionheart" itself is jagged, heavy and brings forth a mass of broken drums like stabs to the chest, and "Strafe" carries that vibe forward but manages to lock the groove into tighter space. "Dun Talk" features the ragga style vocals of Riko Dan, making for a heavy bashment kind of vibe, whereas "Distant" is a pensive electronic moment for those wishing to meditate on some low-end, and "Rapture" is a true UK hybrid - house, dubstep, broken and garage all run through its veins.
Lost
LEGS 006
12 Aug 14
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
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Lost (feat Trim - original mix) - (4:08) 89 BPM
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Lost (feat Trim - club dub) - (4:36) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Played by: Lojik
Surrender
LEGS 025
12 Feb 16
Bass
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Surrender - (4:20) 135 BPM
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Review: Zero, Bristol; Bristol, Ziro. The two names are fast become synonymous with another, and the young British producer is coming up the ranks of the city's elite alongside the likes of Beneath and Hodge. He's up on Crazylegs again, and this time it's with a mean one-tracker entitled "Surrender"; the tune is a bass-R&B hybrid, and it's exactly the sort of production to take a producer from rags to riches via plenty of radio play. The production quality is second to none, and Gemma Dunleavy's vocals are simply stunning. Tip for the sensual bass-heads!
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