Profuze – In the Flow EP – VTO Records

by | Jun 28, 2024 | Releases, Spotlight, Tunes

Happy Friday DnB heads!  Strex here, back with another article of a neurofunk banger of a release, this one from the masterminds over at VTO Records.  The release is from Profuze and the release is called In the Flow.

Kickstarting straight away with a monster of a tune called Hold Up, the intro is quite calm in comparison to what is about to hit your eardrums, with a disusting reece to build the drop and into a particularly heavy, squelchy monster of a tune.  Real screwface business on this one.  There is a bit I particularly enjoyed where the music stops and the vocal says “Wait” and the tune just gets even heavier and exciting.  

Next up on the agenda is a tune called Come On which begins with a rather sinister intro sounds, akin to some sort of horror or scary ghost train.  Yet another ridiculously heavy reece building bassline before the drop, this one leads us to a stabby, rolling neuro banger.  There is a particularly naughty switch up too which adds even more spice.  Nasty tune this one, you’re not ready!

Last but not least, we have “Don’t Stop Me” which has a wicked filtered intro with some real rave sounds which build the excitement.  The drop is a beautifully rolling affair which maintains those rave sounds and then switches up to little electronic beeps and sounds keeping that rolling feel.  A really well produced tune which belongs on the dancefloor tearing up the ravers!  Just a side note:  The second drop 😉 

What a cool EP from VTO who never disappoint in bringing us some fantastic artists and some outstanding tunes.  Hats off once again!

You can pick this release up today!  Artwork below has the link to it and the clips are below, as per!

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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.