We're absolutely stoked to present you the Deludamol EP by Perth based Gran Calavera. Already releasing on Viper and Flexout this trio has been rolling out some serious vibes ranging from deep dancefloor tech towards organic beats for the mind and soul.
Entering by force the EP's title track sets the tone majestically with a daunting, spacious intro which then drops into a strong drum groove underlined by an infectious bassline. Continuing with Noted the boys take things up a notch showcasing their versatility and craftsmanship. For the third and last track we're pulling the old switcheroo on you lot with Safe that brings a more modest, liquid vibe to the table. The release date is set for mid February through all digital download shops.
Concealed Identity proved such a brilliant addition to the Narratives camp and this 12" shows exactly why. Both cuts are deep, cinematic and emotive - definitely timeless music. Even though I had this on promo, I had to still get the wax to make sure I have it in physical format. THAT'S HOW GOOD IT IS. Alegria
It's no use me pretending I know chapter and verse on the Autonomic Movement, Microfunk or even Abstract Elements for that matter so I'll just mention that these two corking tracks which are certainly influenced by drum & bass without actually being examples of the genre have received the stamp of approval from dBridge and Kid Drama and if that ain't recommendation enough, I don't know what is Niccolo Brown