drum + bass super duo, the vanguard project, continue their reign at the top with the identity crisis ep. this 5 track ep spans the full spectrum of soulful d&b sounds. from the eerie yet compelling atmosphere of “fallout”, to the lively and uplifting “rise & fall” (featuring the powerful vocals of leo wood), this one has something for everyone.
bcee & villem’s vanguard project steps up for the first brand new future retro release since 2010.
the duo presents their four latest treats in the form of “bad juju”, “loving arms”, title track “treats” and the “is this love” which features the amazing lucy kitchen on vocals.
bcee & villem’s vanguard project returns for it’s fifth instalment in the series.
u mk me feel has been getting a hammering from dj’s from etherwood to friction and encompasses that classic ravey feel that the vanguard project do so well.
think about rolls out effortlessly with classic rolling vibes that just ooze class.
flipping the script, the vanguard project showcase just how versatile they can be with ‘fused’. probably the heaviest track they have unleashed to date, this is a bass heavy peak time beast of a track.
rounding things off, spearhead resident mc tempza steps up on vocal duties for recharge.
support from friction, high contrast, ltj bukem, fabio, london elektricity, rockwell, etherwood, technimatic and a whole load more...
always a pleasure to announce the return of the vanguard project. the duo offers us a new ep named “twice as nice”, 4 tracks with powerful and enthusiastic vocals topping the sublime, always on point, beats. exactly the kind of liquid that will not disappoint the lovers of this genre. this is the vanguard project, this is fokuz.
the vanguard project is the brainchild of steve bcee & andrew villem wilson. both already being established producers this new project sees them truly going from strength to strength with every release. for the daredevil ep they deliver four soul-soaked slices of deep spaced drum & bass with rolling drums. to keep things short and simple, this is dope.
bcee & villem take on 2 of the finest cuts from jonny l’s “in a jungle” album. it’s always difficult tacking a remix from such a legend of the scene as jonny l, but these tracks demonstrate that it can be done.
infectious. vibrant. diverse. all of these are perfect descriptors of bert h’s debut album “all about”. this freshman album for the moscow based producer showcases his incredibly vast love of all sounds and styles of drum and bass, and gives a dramatic glimpse into just what he is “all about” as a producer. his collaborations with local producer high n sick as well as monrroe and silence groove shine with influences from all parties involved. rounding out the album nicely is a set of powerful remixes from heavyweights such as bop, seba, the vanguard project, and command strange. bert h’s “all about” is available in vinyl, digital, and cd format this october on fokuz recordings.
following on from last years come and join us lp, bcee has hand picked some of his favourite artists and asked them choose a track from his back catalogue to bring their own personal touch to. a varied and textured body of work, the remixes contained within the ‘thanks for joining us’ lp are awash with signature musical clarity and production prowess scattered throughout.
the 6 track picture vinyl includes a cd with 14 tracks.
support from london elektricity, technimatic, tc, high contrast, s.p.y, etherwood, spectrasoul and a whole load more.