EP050 - T-BONE & JMX PRES. STATEMENT OF INTENT..
EP050 - T-BONE & JMX PRES. STATEMENT OF INTENT.
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Extended Play 50 – Statement Of Intent The fiftieth release on Extended Play label is a statement of exactly what is going on in our city’s burgeoning electronic and were we are headed with the underground scene. This release has 14 original recordings crafted to showcase the current sound of Belfast!!! Bloomer White - Body Sing - Multi layered synth goodness from Bloomer White. This track has a multitude of twists and turns that keeps things moving with a great dynamic and ethereal atmosphere. Jordan - Want To Be - Jordan displays some 80’s influences on this dark and trippy house workout with a distinctive call and answer vocal hook that can get stuck in your head for days. Cromby - Lucid Dancer - Cromby goes deep and tripped out with splashes of acid on the late night groover “Lucid Dancer”. Scoper & Bubba - Hot In The Valley - Classic Recordings & Glasgow Underground favourites Scoper & Bubba return to the fore with a track that wouldn’t sound out of place on the amazing Nuphonic back catalogue. JMX - Catch The Feelin' – Extended Play Head Honcho JMX always jacks out in the drum department, so when he combines it with jazz flecked keys and locked stabs, it creates a standout hybrid. Sid Carey – Machines - AVA festival competition winner Sid Carey’s “Machines” track is dark electronic funk that is designed for late night dance floors. T-Bone - Rich Dancing – One of the bosses T-Bone steps up with the sub heavy “Rich Dancing” which packs a very solid punch with the organ stabs and vocal combination bringing the funk. Very reminiscent of the great Peace Division. Moodtrax - Eastside Rhythm - Moodtrax’s debut is a proper Chicago influenced drum machine workout, meaning he is an artist you got to keep an eye on. Martin De Brig - That Fucking Hands In The Air Track - Hip house vocals, 909 drum programming and acid lines means De Brig is aiming to have every single hand in the air. Slurrp - Late Night Roll - Slurrp knows how he wants his late night soundtrack to roll, jacking and with a definite nod to Dancemania. Chris Hanna - B.K.I.T.B - “Broken Knuckles in the Bunatee” is a dedication to the roof at the parties in the Bunatee – which has seen more broken knuckles that it cares to mention… Ejeca – Squelch - Stripped back techno bomb from Ejeca that has already picked up a tune of the week accolade on BBC Radio One. JC Williams – Paradox - A slice of Belfast acid courtesy of the analogue master JC Williams. Fresh from releasing material on Jackmaster’s Ultimate Hits label, it's clear to see why he is picking up fans all over the globe at the minute. Cophin - Way Mon Tah - Fresh from their recent Superfreak EP, the Cophin duo serve us up a proper slice of peak time business via Way Mon Tah. This stab driven techno number wouldn’t sound out of place on Delsin records and prove the lads have a lot of range to what they can offer So Belfast on disply, as usual let us know your favs, play on! JMX & T-Bone