following on from the success of hotplates001, featuring germany’s otz, comes the boutique portsmouth-based label’s second release - from noted bristol producer theo bennett, aka sepia. at the forefront of dubsteps current generation of producers, sepia has received heavyweight support from the likes of mala, joe nice and truth, with a take on the genre that ranges from moody, melodic dub-hymns through to full throttled club tracks.
infernal sounds reaches a milestone by welcoming one of their previous family members, sepia back onto 12”. this time though, he plates up an emotion packed four tracker which delivers all the bass-fuelled brawn you’d come to expect, with a dusting of pure bliss and musical energy. it’s a journey from start to finish, and a collection of tracks which can change any dynamic within the club depending on the vibe you’re looking for. the release will be on 180g vinyl and it’ll be the first in the series to feature full sleeve artwork, designed by emily dayson.
well rounded drop their 2nd 140 release and look set to build on the fantastic response to the sold out first split 12inch featuring foamplate (with fuzz his debut vinyl appearance) and corticyte. as before we have picked two tracks taking different approaches to dubstep – but each high quality examples of their styles.
ballistic record is an electronic music label from spain by delusions. we produce our own music, we also offer music by other artists. 1st ep features serious techno beats by delusions, casual violence, agony forces and deeps edayar.