THE COLLECTIVE EP: VOLUME II
This is our second installment in the series of Collective EP’s, differing from the last; this release is filled with a touch more bass weight. In the umbrella of bass music where most of us became familiar with each other, also encapsulating a safety blanket of sound in its own, this is Noctilux.
We invite you to listen and gain a further taste of what we are all about by providing our listeners with months of our time and creative effort in one EP.
First on the release, you are introduced to the sound of Wolf Camo’s track “TEK”. Deep bass runs throughout the listen, making for a very interesting experience at 128 BPM. Giving a proper emotion as it pulls through the track, this makes an excellent track for any DJ to slow the rhythm down.
“Jeep Mode” from AdamAllDay follows, an experimental Drum & Bass track that bleeds a feel of adventure. Punching bass, followed by classic break beats greet the listener into the perfect hybrid of the tribal sounds, classic bass music and drum and bass plugging you along.
Trouble Tiger proceeds to bring you “Nomad”, a deep bass track with a very classic feel of the older styles of Dubstep that have quietly submerged below the surface of modern music for quite some time. Nomad brings back that nostalgic sound one that is extremely fresh in our corner of the world when our ears were met with the substantial sounds from the UK. Strong on the low end, meeting you with a harmonious mid range, this 140BPM track is a great segment for the mid section of a DJ set.
HUSKIE throws you Danger, a mixture of bass and trap vibes that continues to bring more nostalgia to some of the freshest sounding blends we saw in its peak in 2012. Very playful and unique samples like lighters clicking and coughing mixed with the punching bass accompanying the whole track. This is one of those tracks that will stick with you, leaving you with an unquenchable thirst for another listen.
Plasm closes the EP with “Decoder”, a track with proper length, proper speed, and an abundance of deep dark sounds dripping with percussion. Decoder has the immediate feeling of being deep in the dance floor at a Berlin nightclub, with the sound engineering and tension to match. An appropriate introduction into the sound of true techno, in our opinion. It brings a very interesting feel contrasting North American styles closely to Europe, Decoder gives you a taste of both, in complete focus.
Please reach out to us with your emotions you felt while listening to this release, Deep sounds spark the imaginations of us, and we hope that is likewise for you.