Review: Well what a treat we have for you all here as we see Conducta, Notion and Sammy Virji, three of the biggest names in UK bass music, come together for a super exciting two tracker on Conducta's own Kiwi imprint. We start with a look at Conducta and Notion teaming up on 'Fez Mangal', a smoothly rolling garage original, dripping with sauce as luscious vocal lines and distant key melodies play out in sun-fueled thrill ride. On the flip, we see another super high profile collaboration as fan-favourite Sammy Virji gets in on the act on the flutey tones and groovy drum designs of 'Whippet'. Both tracks hold a serious contrast, yet balance each other out perfectly.
Review: There aren't many names within the realms of UKG that are making as much noise as MOAD at the moment, and for good reason. This new EP is a perfect showcase of just how creative a producer can get within the genre, beginning with the super drum shuffles and catchy vocal sampling of the title track 'Wheel Up'. Following this, we take a mega punchy ride down memory lane as the nostalgic composition of 'Special' slides into play. To round up we see Prescribe Da Vibe join the party on 'Watching', which strips the drums back and focuses heavily on choppy grooves and unique vocal slices. This one is sure to liven up the dance.
Review: Conducta's forward thinking Kiwi imprint is back at it again with another quick fire release, following on from a fantastic label launch. This latest offering from Sharda showcases exactly what the label is all about as we explore a bag of sunshine flavours across two potent originals. We begin with a dive into the super colourful arrangements of the title track 'Peace & Love', packed to the brim with uplifting vocal slices and pleasing melodic structure. This is then followed by 'Like You', which alternates between super catchy vocal lines and eskimo like pulsing square wave leads, perfect for livening up the dance.