Out today on Low Down Deep Records first, everywhere else on the 7th of October. Voltage stepping up to the plate with this five track EP. The first of the gem series, Voltage as best breakthrough DJ and Producer of the 2016 Drum And Bass Awards aims to deliver, paying homage to Bristol with my favorite tune of this entire release. Not the tunes I was hoping for personally on this Low Down Deep release but all that time spent working with Serum you can expect that same influence from their colabs as you could on these Voltage originals. Moving forward.
Erie metal rift on the intro, big drum big fat bass. Rolling all over the dance floor with that old school sound. This is by far my favorite tune on the the release. The atmospheric sounds and the sampling that is coming from this producer are starting to become signature. I’m loving the direction the sound is going these days, especially from the likes of Voltage. In my opinion, it is some sort of future rolling jungle drum and bass business that can’t be fussed. The mystery entails, why does this stuff sound so good. You can more than likely catch a tune or six of Voltage on any of my weekly radio programs on Hush.FM.
Coming up as my number two on this five track ting, Let Off would of been number one had I not of heard ‘Goblin’ first. I love when producers. even on minimal-esk tracks like this where the intro of the track is a key element throughout the tune. No matter how the track varies in production the intro is maintained throughout. You can see how I have mentioned that previously when I covered Voltage’s bootleg of “The Hills by The Weekend”. Below you can preview the rest of the release from Voltage’s Soundcloud profile as well as rate and comment on this release down below.
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