Review: We were very excited to see TAIM make his return to the rampaging Saucy imprint alongside the mesmerising vocal presence of LO for 'Signs'. We most certainly have a banger on our hands as TAIM lays down and emotive soundscape, providing the perfect platform for LO to let her vocal tones run wild, before descending into a grizzly breakdown. On remix duty we are treated to an array of top draw names, including Khesis who strips the track back into a more subtle breakbeat arrangement. Next up, Tengu arrives on the scene with a big room heater, lead by grizzly lead synths and crunchy drums. Finally, Axel Boy gets choppy with his rework, focussing on gliding bass tones and hopping rhythms.
Review: So far in 2018, Affiliate seem to be having a standout year with an incredible collection of releases already on the table. For this new belter entitled 'Night Shift' they return to the Saucy imprint, who have also made a cracking start to the year. This one is perfect for the festival season as stunning layers of reesey goodness bounce off sharp drums and TZ's beautiful vocal layers for a real party starter. For us this is a track we can see being spun from house parties to the main stages.
Review: As one of the most exciting names to step into the UK bass scene in recent times, Affiliate team up with the vibrant vocal expressions of Dakota Sixx for a summer inspired reesey anthem by the name of 'Change Your Mind'. This one is perfect for festival season as emotive lead synths march ahead amidst crispy skippy drums working perfectly together.
Review: For this one, the electric imprint that is Saucy Records team up with Echo Knight for a high pressure breakbeat spectacular which goes by the name of 'Jawz'. If you like gritty dance music, look no further than this, as collosull layers of widened reese bass weave their way around the mix amidst funky drum arrangements, dark vocal sampling and a dashing of cowbell for good measure. Great stuff yet again from the Saucy imprint!
Review: Oh yes, Taime are firmly back on the Saucy imprint, and you know this lot are up for a good dance when it comes to constructing killer, bass-driven breaks for the headz! This time they roll through with the vocals of Janai, on the "Lonely Memories" tune, an all-out voyage of fat beats, deep basslines and that gnarly elector edge that they love so much. A pure-bred UK belter!
Review: It seems that Barely Royal and Saucy have cooked us up a masterful collaborative cocktail on this brand new six tracker. Made up entirely of high profile pairings, "The Alliance" sees Barely Royal team up with Bushbaby, PVC, Pelikann, Distro, Negativ and Taim with each track being a standalone monster. Our favourites would have to be the lethal combination with PVC entitled "So In Love" which features additional vocals from Abi F Jones, along with Distro's appearance on "Gun Up". It would be a crime to not also big up the three way collaboration with Bushbaby, Dread and Grove named "Light It".
Review: Within the UK's bass music circle Barely Royal, Negativ and Bunnie have all been making serious waves, cementing themselves as some of the scene's most exciting names. They combine on this powerhouse track named "Eclipse" to great effect. There is a underlying neuro theme as reesey synths slither away around super crispy drum selection and intense 4x4 rhythms. This one is a real pleasure to hear featured on a set list. Great stuff!