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Temples - (5:58) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Bronze Age - (6:28) 63 BPM
   
Forgotten Tales - (6:58) 126 BPM
Review: Whities return here for their twenty fourth official drop, inviting in Anunaka for a drop of breaksy creativity, which he delivers in stunning form over these three new badboy originals. Let's begin with a look at 'Temples', a real workhorse of a tune, combining organic, nostalgic sounding breakbeat patterns with grizzly horn textures and minimal subs to give it a real industrial edge. Next, the party really sets alight as the incredible percussive work of 'Bronze Age' stomps into the centre of play with immediate impact, before rounding the project off with the funky drum slaps and fun melodies of 'Forgotten Tales'. If you're looking for a project to kick off the dance, look no further!
WHYT 024
18 Oct 19
Bass
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Clip - (7:09) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
One Three Five - (5:55) 135 BPM
Review: Next up, we land on Whities for another helping of futuristic bassy goodness as Happa launches an incredibly vibrant two track selection, showcasing the very best of both his rhythmic ability and forward thinking production style. We kick this one off with 'Clip', a constantly evolving combination of punchy percussive designs and powerful bass arrangements, topped with emotional synthesizer relays above. On the flip side to this one, the party continues as we encounter 'One Three Five'. Now this one switches the vibe up quite heavily, drawing focus into the high ended shimmering arpeggiator patterns and plucky synth manoeuvres, allowing just enough space for more warm sub-frequencies to run riot below.
WHYTBLU 07
14 Feb 20
Bass
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Tessela - "Glisten" - (5:59) 87 BPM
   
Lanark Artefax - "Touch Absence" (Intimidating Stillness mix) - (5:19) 84 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: London imprint Whities presents a brand new track, plus a rare to find gem from their back catalogue, finally available digitally. Bristolian producer Ed Russell aka Tessela delivers a rave deconstruction on "Glisten" via his raw, bass driven techno sound - that rolls with a restrained sense of fury. "Touch Absence" (Intimidating Stillness Mix) by Scottish wunderkind and label staple Calum MacRae aka Lanark Artefax was originally released as a limited edition of 20 copies sold at the South London Record Fair in 2016. An unholy mixture of IDM, electro and jungle - this fierce dystopian epic is yet another fine example of this talented producer's dynamic sound.
WHYTBLU 01
09 Mar 18
Techno
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