Review: It's been a long time coming, but after a long run of exciting single drop, Night Bass founder and all around dance music legend: AC Slater lands on his home imprint for a brand new album project. The project features the previously released single 'Final Fantasy' but as a club mix alongside a bag of incredible collaborative additions, including Dread MC, Jay Robinson, Chris Lorenzo, Murkage Dave, Taiki Nulight and more. With twelve tracks of the highest quality, AC has really set the bar super high, with particular highlights including the high energy collaboration with Jack Beats, Sinden and Flowdan entitled 'Boss Like That', along with the tasty house tones of 'Feeling Awake'.
Review: Wow, what a run it has been for the Night Bass team who hear touch down with their one hundredth official release, celebrating one of the most exceptional catalogues within the entire bass music spectrum. They have pulled together an exquisite line up for this one, featuring a tonne of high end names, including founder AC Slater alongside Chris Lorenzo, Flava D, Shift K3y, Jack Beats and more. For us there are a couple of clear stand outs on this one, the first of which has to be the long awaited release of Taiki Nulight and Dread Mc's bassy roller: 'Kush'. We also love the smooth subby bops of Sinden's 'Work That', along with the incredibly unique drum work of 'Ugly' from Petey Clicks.
Review: The run that the legendary Night Bass imprint has been on over the past 18 months is slightly frightening, with a relentlessness to deliver incredible bass music every single time. This latest project sees them bring in the hard hitting 4x4 structures of Nostalgix, a producer whose sound is instantly recognizable, due to her super sharp drum work. We hear this from the jump as the rolling kick thumps and bubbling sub pressures of 'Heist' kick us off, followed by the weird, warping synthesizer patterns and hypnotic sub drones of 'Bad For Me' arrive on the scene. We round up in style, as the super creative, alarm-like synth leads of the title track 'OG Sins' smashes this one over the line!