This September Blu Mar Ten release the second single from their much-anticipated new album project >Love is the Devil<. With resident designer ithinkitsnice on artwork duties Problem Child / Sweet Little Supernova is a clear indication of the quality to be expected from the forthcoming Love Is The Devil LP. Blu Mar Ten receive regular DJ support from: Marky, London Elektricity, Doc Scott, Futurebound, Teebee, Instra:mental, D Bridge, Hype, John B, Logistics, Ed Rush, Marcus Intalex, Utah Jazz, Nicky Blackmarket, Makoto, Spectrasoul ,Simon Bassline Smith, Mutated Forms, Randall, Kasra, Ulterior Motive, B Complex, Apex, SPY, Craggz, DKay, Seba, Loxy, Ink, Lynx, John B, Data, Nerm & D-Kode, Jaydan, Annie Nightingale, Crissy Criss, Mosus, A Sides, Tom Middleton, ASC, State of Mind, Lomax, Alleycat, Big Bud and many more
Problem Child: Fusing the classic Virus sound with Blu Mar Ten’s inimitable ethereal production ‘Problem Child’ is cross-scene classic finding its way into a wide range of sets, from D Bridge and London Elektricity to Hype and Nicky Blackmarket. A deceptively sedate intro of choirs and strings gives way to a rollout full of howling mid-range and sub basses, interspersed with phrases of pure distortion all gliding over a set of sleazily funky breaks. Watch out for the rollercoaster reese on the second drop, guaranteed to send any club potty.
Sweet Little Supernova: In stark contrast, ‘Sweet Little Supernova’ showcases the talents of Rochelle Parker who delivers a Cocteau Twins-esque vocal over Blu Mar Ten’s dense music. An acoustic percussion line underpins a pulsing set of basslines while a soaring mix of organic & synthetic instrumentation weaves around the unearthly vocal, providing a clear feminine counterpoint to ‘Problem Child’s resolutely masculine approach. [^bmt006_info from st]