The year old Producer Corporal F has joined forces with the Huddersfield based producer 1Point5, who we recently featured on the site, with his single ‘Tomb Time’, to release their first joint EP, entitled ‘Totality’, on Immersed Audio.
The EP is made up of four tracks altogether, starting off with the eery title track ‘Totality’, that contains input from each one of the duo, then continuing with two other murky beats from Corporal F, before ending things on a lighter note with the bass heavy 4×4 track ‘Yes Today’, from 1Point5.
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Drifter drops the visuals to his latest track, ‘Only If You Knew’, featuring the OGz member P Money, that’s taken from his forthcoming debut mixtape ‘Catch My Drift’, out on 2nd July.
South London producer Last Japan recently provided The Ransom Note with this extremely diverse mix, titled ‘One For The Heads’, that features an assorted mix of instrumentals from producers such as Joss Ryan, Guido and more, as well as an added dose of his own beats included. The Ransom Note also caught up with the man himself for a brief chat, which you can read in full by visiting their site here.
Wiley and Manga join forces yet again, for the track ‘Skillzone’, produced by Preditah, which is now available for free download from the link below.
Download here: Wiley ft. Manga - Skillzone (Prod. by Preditah)
The multi-talented producer/DJ Swindle, who’s known to many for his distinctive funk infused sound and involvement with Butterz, has released his latest EP, ‘Do The Jazz’, on the renowned Dubstep label, Deep Medi, founded by Digital Mystikz member Mala.
The EP kicks things off with the title track, ‘Do The Jazz’, which although starts off gentle, with its tranquil guitar strums and vocal samples, soon takes a turn in the opposite direction, as we’re met by a deep bass that breaks loose alongside a frenetic synth, before tiring itself out and returning to a more peaceful state, heard at the start.
Following this, is the track ‘Under The Sun’, that seems to follow the same format as the first track, as its placid intro is soon interrupted by a heavy bassline and drum pattern, that gives way every so often to a funked out solo, and then re-introduces the soothing melodies from the start. The EP then finishes with what is possibly our favourite track from the bunch, entitled ‘If I Was A Super Hero’. This one just oozes style, taking great influence from the legends of the P.Funk era, that’s the Bounce FM from San Andreas type of music, for those who aren’t as aware.
Digital: Juno | iTunes | Boomkat | Amazon
Vinyl: Chemical Records | Boomkat