Yup. It’s Friday. Such blessed days, Fridays are. Just want to give a massive shout to all the heads that rolled through Bassweight Society presents Broken Note last night. It was truly a great one. I don’t think people were ready for the powerful sounds that Broken Note had up his sleeve. Some of the most groundshaking, industrial-esque music I’ve heard, hands down. He absolutely smashed the dance up!
Before you guys get your weekends started we have some killer tunes that have recently been put into circulation.
First two tracks are off of Boddika’s forthcoming Swamp 81 release that’s due out the 26th of March. The A side, ‘Acid Jackson’, is MAADDDDD groovy! Nothing less should ever be expected when Boddika gets on the buttons but, nevertheless, this tune is exceptionally large. The flip, ‘Basement’, is another gem, straight up. The synth moves your body for you, even if you’re too cool to skank.
Next tune is another techno one from Sleeper. Himself, alongside Killawatt, are a techno binge lately and honestly I can’t complain. Sleeper’s minimal techno vibes are epic! I mean we’re talking underground dungeon rave status. No windows, no light, nothing but lasers and vibes. The track is called ‘Telepathy’, highly recommend listening to this one with your sound at high output levels.
Alright, now we’re moving back into the 140 arena with Mensah’s forthcoming Deep Medi release, ‘The Gambia/The Trailing Moons of Saturn’. This one like Boddika’s is due out March 26 and will no doubt fly off the shelves so, I recommend watching your preferred vinyl retailer very closely so you don’t miss out. The first track, ‘The Gambia’, is a dark, tribal infused tune for the deep heads. The percussion is huge on this track! The Trailing Moons of Saturn is a mind raper. It gives me the same vibes as a lot of Goth-Trad’s recent work. Perfectly suiting for the Deep Medi imprint in my opinion. Take a peak below, blud.
The last track we’re going to leave you with is a recent collaboration between LAXX and Walsh, forthcoming on Wheel & Deal. This one is a straight party tune. These boys make their presence very well-known with this track as the gritty wobble comes through the speakers with ferocity and, most importantly, CONTROL. Too much of the heavier stuff lately displays very poor production quality/sound design, but not with this track. Quality in-your-face dubstep that will set the dance off without a doubt. Respect to the boys!
Alright goons, enjoy the sounds! Big up the artists so they know their music is well-received. BUY THEIR MUSIC!!! Show some respect for the hours these guys put into pleasing our audible desires. See you next week. Stay safe and as always, RESPECT!
To the gods.