Eatbrain presents the “Let it Roll EP“, and it is nothing short of absolutely disgusting , and I mean that in the best way possible . This 4 track EP is set to destroy the dance floor and nothing else. L 33, Mindscape, Machinecode and Agressor bunx each come with some heavy fire on this release to set the tone for this summer’s “Let it Roll” festival. We will start with one of my personal favorite tracks on this release, the Eatbrain vet L 33 teamed up with Nuklear MC for this instant classic “Stand Down“. Bringing just the right amount of Mc to a production like this will be keeping you hyped all the way to the end, leaving room for a live mc to jump on and play with the tune in performance scenario. As expected Agressor Bunx comes with the heavy stepper in “Big Daddy“. With their grimy bass lines and an undeniable sound that is making them a house hold name in drum and bass, this track keeps them right at the top of the pack. Mindscape drops in with “Buzzkill“, a funky neuro track that gives off the feeling of being in a syfi thriller fight scene, reminiscent of renegade hardware or Trouble on Vinyl in the late early 2000’s. This one has a very versatile way about it (for all you djs reading). And last but not least you have Machine Code with “Planet 9“… A straight fire starter! drop this track and brace your self, because this one is gonna light up any crowd. Machine Code is combat ready and aiming to slaughter any dance with futuristic synths, ripping through the airwaves like a star fighter in escape from the dark bass lords. This could be my favorite release on Eatbrain yet, but as we have seen here on the Best Drum and Bass site, they are always on the cutting edge of the sound and featured almost more then any other label. The “Let It Roll EP will be dropping this week on Beatport 04.04.16 and a couple weeks later worldwide 04.18.16 (Vinyl Release TBA) Buy it and play it LOUD!
Let it Roll EP – Eatbrain
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Mike Silvestri (DJ Contrast) has been involved with jungle/drum and bass in one way or another since the mid 90's. From Denver to California he has played in the top clubs in the country on and still does on a consistent basis, holding a residencies down in LA at Fluid D&B and in Orange County at Upgrade DNB. Writing is also a interest of his contributing to many Drum and Bass blogs and websites as well as the being the co host of the Upgrade D&B Podcast. you can follow and find out more at www.facebook.com/djcontrast