L3MMY DUBZ – The Unsettling EP – VTO Records

by | Mar 20, 2024 | Spotlight, Tunes

Good day to you fine bunch of people! 

This week we have a wicked release to share with you from the hardest “Jump-Up” producer out there.  The stuff he comes out with is so rough, you could almost say it’s a sub-genre of its own.  Been a big fan of L3MMY DUBZ for a while now with all his releases on OYO and Korsakov Music to name a few. 

The opening track on this wicked EP on VTO Records is ‘Time to Panic’ which is a hard hitting (standard from L3MMY DUBZ) affair with some incredible samples and gritty beats and reversed percussion which adds to the filth.  What a banger!

Next up we have ‘Raid’ which has a nasty atmospheric intro with a gritty, horrible reece leading to the drop.  The energy builds on this one and the drop is a really funky sounding bass-a-thon.  What a sick track and really shows how versitile L3MMY DUBZ can be.

The title track is up next in the form of ‘Unsettling’ which has an almost heavy metal intro with a dark twisted circus style vocal which just adds to the suspense.  The drop is particularly naughty which somehow L3MMY has created a dark rolling jump-up tune which still slaps you across the face and pushes you into the mud.

Last but not least we have a remix of the tune ‘Raid’ from TRCD who is another sick producer doing some serious bits.  The remix of this already sick tune neurofies it for us, keeping that funk and adding extra heaviness which obliterates the speakers.  Watch for that sneaky switch up a couple of phrases in, really gets you up out of your seat.  

This is released on Friday 22nd March 2024, click the artwork below to take you to pre-save/purchase!

 

 

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Strex

Absolute D&B nut! Love any type of Drum & Bass really but Neuro is my main passion. I got into D&B back in around 2004 where I started going raving, I then discovered heavier D&B in the form of Renegade Hardware nights in London which I attended almost every one for several years. Having developed my listening style with how the music has evolved I love the freshest tunes as well as the old ones! I've been mixing for fun since around 2005 and just love playing in front of people and sharing the music with likeminded people.