this highly prolific uk drum and bass producer returns with his second tempo records release. this work sees alex judd rhythmic tweaks and overlays of texture with intricate melodies, heavy dub basslines giving the tracks a live & energetic feel.
repress 2018 .. with the benefit of almost zero british press attention, clubroots selftitled debut cd gained quite a cult following last year, with plenty of enthused chat on message boards like dubstep forum, while both mary anne hobbs and rob booth commissioned clubroot mixes for their respective (and much respected) radio shows. his sound is often compared favourably with burials more atmospheric sequences, and with a similar air of annonymity characterising his public (non) profile, he seems already to be attracting an audience who betray a certain obsessiveness in their listening habits
ltd 2018 repress, returning to the lodubs imprint, egoless brings 3 tunes that showcase his signature reggae centric garage, bass and drum rhythms, and tribal drum driven dubstep. includes “before dub , “woodpecker’s groove , and “the day after the riot
2018 reisdsue - second peverelist 12inch on the punch drunk label is the long awaited follow up to the genre defying erstwhile/the grind 12inch as championed by djs as diverse as luciano & surgeon. dj support for roll with the punches comes from kode 9, appleblim, pinch, distance, n type.
after the release of their playful debut album “worldstyle” the budapest duo are now returning with their 2nd album “brotherhood” and this time their message is more serious. the music often summons blues elements but also influenced by dub, funk and a little hip-hop while the lyrics are mainly about the social and personal problems of our time interpreted by talented guest vocalists from all over the world.
the new york downtown producer/composer returns with his first new album in 3 years!
eighteen: the year of release, 2018. eighteen: the age at which i first used a synthesizer. in creating eighteen i worked independently in the studio, initially building up tracks with synthesizers and found sounds recorded in my daily comings and goings. after working with the tracks over a period of months, i shared them with a few musicians, who added their own instrumental layers. though working independently, we all shared a similar working process: working in our personal recording spaces, as opposed to larger recording studios.