The one stop shop for all things Low Down Deep. End of the year is approaching fast and labels are wrapping up their calendars. From playing sold out boat parties on the thames, to shutting down venues across London City scene. Boss man Logan D puts Jump-Up exactly where it needs to be, on top with some of the hardest working producers in the game right now.
Heavy duty roller resides on the latest upgrade package outbound low down deep camp. “Illusions” is the definition of loud and is the biggest tune on this two track release. “Wonkadelic” on the flip but I don’t have to much to say other than the counter-part “Illusions” is definitely an instant purchase. The dankest series to hit drum and bass started with the pioneers of the sound. Pasco returns with a colab with Term. Yup, Pasco returns with his signature sound on the “Gorilla Glue EP” with “Brain Map”.
“Did You Learn” is the highlight of the White Widow release. Titled Boy, after the drop is one ton of big bassline tuna. Put on your seatbelts this tune has no breaks. “Sticky Vicky”, “Labrynth” and “Barbera” kinda all feel like fillers which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes you need a filler tune to get you to the point in your set you want to be. Nothing stationary about it, Voltage keeps things moving.
The holy grail of stems, Pleasures “Jack Russel” gets the mental remix nobody was expecting. One would even consider the tune locked away never to be heard from again but the boys over at Low Down Deep picked the perfect time to allow it to resurface. Rest in paradise Dom. I would love to continue to see more remixes of old Low Down Deep tunes if I had to be honest. Some of those tunes are some of my favourite and helped paved the way for how we interpret the spectrum of sound now. Always remember if it wasn’t for what was back then, we wouldn’t be where we are now. Be sure to cop every single one of these releases and check out Ego Trippin’ an MC AC’s latest mix!