The effortless way that Phatworld play with atypical sounds and incorporate them into bass-heavy dance music is truly a marvel.
I feel sexier for just having listened to it and, if that isn’t a glowing enough recommendation for you, music like this probably wouldn’t be your thing anyway.
Known for his unapologetically leftfield excursions, Istanbul’s Gantz is an enigmatic presence in electronic music.
Full of fun, loaded with to-the-point party starters from a promising talent in the 4×4/garage space.
Rustling chimes and twisted vocal/horn interplay become a sticking point throughout, alongside the tried-and-true combination of a busy rhythm section anchored by a monolithic bass.
Overall the composition feels like the two have managed to mediate a tight partnership… an authentic love letter to garage.
A track that neatly represented much of the music I would overhear growing up—it was written by experienced artists who wrote across the bass music spectrum.
I would hope that, above all else, this brings more eyes and ears to the East Midlands and the exceptionally talented artists that call it home.
Contrasting surgically precise percussion with emotive pads, this quadruple bill of thoughtfully programmed leftfield techno and bass tracks is not to be missed.