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Posts published in “Bass”
Not my country, not my scene
Mr. Pinkman aka Halogenix aka Ivy Lab Member delivering a podcast for the seek sick sound series. Really nice mixup from hiphop to bass to drum and bass.
Fanu: “Here we go! A new episode of B&B podcast.
A fairly colourful mixture of moods and vibes, going from one to another in a heartbeat, just like I like to do, mixing it all up.
It’s mostly new music, some dubs in there, and I’m wrapping it up with a Lightless dub from Moresounds
Had a good caffeine rush on when I started so I had to down a beer in the middle of the set to calm down a bit (I recommend you enjoy bass music with coffee or beer, or both).
What do you think of the artwork? I’m pretty hyped. Done by Ingrid. That bear may have to watch those nails, though.
Here’s the tracklist. Hope ya dig!”
Ivy Lab return for 2015 with their most ambitious and most accomplished EP yet, spanning across the most pearlescent of D&B through to rough, rugged glitch and raw half time grooves. Adding extra freshness is man of the moment Sam Binga and Brighton based El Train, each bringing their own take on the Lab sound. A stunning collection of work presented on multiple formats including limited edition vinyl with hand-crafted packaging from the Ivy Lab boys themselves.Release date: 23rd Feb 2015 [Critical / Beatport / Spotify]
Shop Wide Release: 9th March 2015
1) Twenty Questions
Today some non dnb, but absolutly funkeeeeey The sheer scope of the prospect of Ivy Lab music has only snowballed since the trio’s release of…
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fVK7atPvLQ[/youtube] Download here: http://senkasonic.bandcamp.com/album/… Directed and produced by Dub Phizix and Strategy
Once again the London trio return with another one of those notorious Ivy Cast episodes which we have all come to know and love. Jam packed with freshly made dubs and the dopest beats currently hitting the underground circuit right now. Its time to sit back, zone in and nod yer head to some superb Ivy Lab beat selections. Enjoy!
The Fab 5 – Blah (Originoo Muddy)
Fat Joe – Success [Dj Premier Remix]
Tucka Da Huntaman – Watch Your Back
Aidonia & Federation – Dangerous (Ice Cream)
Run The Jewels – Oh My Darling Don’t Cry
Vince Staples – Hands Up
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To celebrate the launch of their new event 20/20; Ivy Lab are proud to present our “Bootlegs from the Lab” series – they’ll be giving these away for free in the run up to each event.
Up next – the three of them have banded together to deliver our take on jungle classic ‘Worries In The Dance’
20/20 CONTINUES 13th AUGUST 2014
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The Green Man’s Sound Power is “Bass Music” with a lot of soul. Its 30 tracks are a sound journey from melancholy to euphoria, covering both speedy and half-time beats, coolness and emotion. It features mainly Drum & Bass, but also Dubstep, Ambient, Jazz, Soul, Techno, Trap and Trip Hop. It switches between lush arrangements and minimal simplicity, between wide spaces in sound and the intimacy of a drummer’s booth – with a big final at the end, featuring three of green man’s former biggest hits at the end of cd 2. “Sound Power” is a sound adventure – which is supposed to be experienced from the beginning to the end.
“Sound Power” is “Bass music” with a touch of Air or Massive Attack. Singers like Peter Boucner (I’m a Junglist, UK Top 10 with Shut Up & dance’s I’m Ravin I’m Ravin), Demolition Man, MC Navigator, Mystic Dan and Ras Abraham are performing on Green Man’s sound resulting in tracks with soul like “Face the Father”, “Word Sound Power” (both on Basswerk 38 limited edition vinyl), “Junglist Soldier”,”Keep Trying” or “Playing in the Dark”. Shut Up & Dance’s “The Green Man” once was the spark initiating “The Green Man”‘s artist career delivered the artist name, so having Peter Bouncer to sing the opening track matches not only soundwise. It’s the positive energy of his singinig – in Jamaica they call it “Word, Sound, Power” – which became a hook for the whole album, which is about “Sound” that lets you smile, gives power or also makes you wonder. Besides the groovy material tracks like “Chainsmoker, Apokalypse or “We destroy the world” show Green Man’s “dark” side.