Corey uses TC4’s excellent “Grooves” EP to wax nostalgic about garage in the early 200s. It’s a great EP.
Most of these tunes are bangers, not anthems, the kind that the best DJs use to set a mood, make people get low, and go home with smiles.
Exploring garage, kuduro, UK funky, Squarepusher jungle, itchy IDM, and shimmering, disorienting ambient… It’s an extremely thick 43 minutes of music but a rewarding listen, end to end.
One of the more satisfying riddims I’ve heard in a while. This is the epitome of a producer seeing an idea through.
They walk you right off a cliff into the thin air of bass and shuffle.
Then heartache and Burial-style vocals-in-space set us up for searing bass. Highly recommended as your next break-up tune.
You’ll need everything from glow sticks to sandals for this collection, as it covers a lot of ground.
Perfect examples of compelling ideas, well explored.