“Mercy” stands out as a coherent and exciting new bass release that showcases the most celebrated aspects of NLMT’s musical proclivities.
An explosive one forty collab dripping with vintage charisma and is one that will most certainly get significant playtesting in many of the region’s raves to come.
The tasteful creation of space around the drums is supported by excellent stereo work, which is used to fire off vocals and key licks across the left-right spectrum.
Vibes from start to finish, making for perfect middle-of-the-night skanking in any set, at any bumping rave.
A synergy of styles like no other, taking a unique detour from the drummy, rave fuel we’ve come to expect from the “Even The Strong” imprint, and paving the way for an introspective, vocal-driven variant of the genre.
…shows the hard-earned results of his ongoing sonic negotiation; from the new kid on the block in UK bass to the established presence he is today.
Impressive quality and contains four, well-portioned dancefloor experiments. Expect an unraveling journey from start to finish.
A well-curated snapshot of leftfield bass music around the world, with a little something for everyone.
Ell Murphy’s debut EP Freedom sees the South-East Londoner fast establishing herself as a UKG mainstay.
With dollops of flavor and oozing with charm, Change My Ting is a saucy entry into Durkle Disco’s already impressive back catalog.
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