Hats and noise sweeps slide by, like dry ice. I love the tension in this as it continually approaches and then recedes.
Simple melodies leave the beats space to breathe, ironically leaving me breathless with switchbacks, subtle pattern changes, and detailed reverb creating just enough depth.
Corey uses TC4’s excellent “Grooves” EP to wax nostalgic about garage in the early 200s. It’s a great EP.
Both light and dark, it feels like you’re traveling through a tunnel, headlights and fluorescents streaming by. It’s up to you if you’re looking forward or back.
The most bittersweet to this track is it should push Murder He Wrote above ground to regular Friday night rotation on Radio 1, and the underground will be sad to see him go.
Then heartache and Burial-style vocals-in-space set us up for searing bass. Highly recommended as your next break-up tune.
These are the grooves I love the best – simple, infectious and wiggle-inducing.
What you wish every Friday night in the city feels like, a little vintage rave, a little modern global club.
A thousand drum machines rolling down hill, about to bury your chalet.
Just listening in the car or at home will leave you exhausted. Please enjoy responsibly.
You make a bass face, and then dance harder for the next two minutes.
Scuffed Records lives in a parallel universe, confusing because of just how familiar it feels.