Rooted in the foundations, stripped back to the bare bones and designed to make both you and your speakers shake, everything he's delivered on the label so far has been prime mixing material and supported across the board. Grab it while you can, man don't hang around. Review: If bustling, bass-heavy jungle sweatiness is your thing, head this way. Jayline isn't exactly lesser known, instead he's been tearing up dance floors for a few years and this release shows you why. These tunes are all huge - go cop em. There's loads of diversity on 'Acid Trip' and 'Maj', the two slightly more relaxed tracks, as well as on 'Low End Theory', which essentially is just a purely naughty minimal little roller. It's a fortunate position that I find myself in, for otherwise I would be counted well within the ranks of those whom I investigate.Next
The free drum sheet music presented on this page is representative of the overall quality found in our library, but mostly limited to some of its simpler and shorter charts. As he tread his path he observed its every movement with each of his senses, watching, waiting, and anticipating what would come next in equal measure. This single is orientated towards the latter and the A-side - 'Look For The Light' - hits especially hard, with a stonkingly powerful percussive line that almost makes the whole tune. Pummelling breaks, treacle subs and a strident dubby synth hook that's tailored for 3am+ moments. Review: What's the Storey Globex glory? A glitchy, spacious structure gives Mefjus' arrangement room to breathe and you can soak up this tune in all its technical wonder, each phrase bigs up the last and the whole experience gets progressively more intense. The former is the standout, unsurprisingly, with the Austrian giving Phace's 'Basic Memory' a onceover that'll leave it permanently improved.Next
Breakage has been in his element since launching Index, rolling out jam after jam after jam. Overall, big tunes - Liondub continues the onward march. The roller mix of 'Peng A Leng' just does absolute bits, with a rambunctiously solid percussive underpinning that forces you to take notice early on, leading you into a huge bassy, brass stab line that'll blow your socks clean off. Packed with harsh, barking tones and a stripped-back, industrial aesthetic, Kumo doesn't waste any time in laying out the rules: there are none. He doesn't mess around on this and if you like your music packed with breaks and basses, this one is for you.Next
Too much work at the computer making you a dull boy or girl? Indeed, such lofty positions seem to appear out of thin air to those who are visited by them, gifts from a gilt messenger that fall randomly upon those who do not even ask for it. Too much binge watching making your brain turn to mush? Screen if you wanna go faster. It's not though of course, and all the smart people know that. Secondly, it almost always hits hard and in good order. And these are the first two tastes of what's to come. The sorceress' dainty wings fluttered in anticipation as she watched her challenger, flecking droplets of blood shed in the engagement from their surface with every half beat.Next
That honour, however, goes to the collection of bass sounds that give this tune its propulsion and sense of forwards movement. We're being famous actually a job, I'd be a shoe in for the position. The album art is the final nice touch to what is an incredibly slick release. It lumbered menacingly, providing a platform for the diminutive sor whom sat atop it. Its hunger is ravenous and fed only by violence, and it drives me to madness within a crimson haze.Next
Sins like these, small as they are, are an integral part of the human condition. Review: He's back at the controls! Lingering pianos, unhurried, deep-breath pads and bassline so warm and voluptuous you want to live in it; like all Scar releases it leaves us hungry for more. Wicked and indeed bad, respect to Breakage. The latter of these three is the highlight, with a soaring sample that overpins a bouncing, stabby back end that reminds us of a Fracture cut. I look past the lies, peer into the secrets and see the sins of all who come under my gaze, scrutinizing them from the impunity of my position and doling out the requisite punishments appropriately. We like it though, especially 'One Shot', a driving piece of low frequency construction that bends and warps as the tune progresses, turning it into a really hypnotic experience that'll certainly impress.Next
The beasts neck extended like that of a serpent, another impossibility created of the magic which coursed through its veins. I wake from such moments with faint memories clouded still by that red mist, only to find the appalling truth surrounding me at every term. There, I would languish in my lavish lifestyle, my every need attended to by the throngs of adoring fans who would celebrate my very existence. All sheet music on our site is transcribed by professional drummer, author, and former Modern Drummer columnist. V and the crew have killed it once more.Next
Deep In The Jungle have emerged as a true player within jungle corners, their talent for purveying high qality breakbeats encompassed within their latest offering from My Selecta. Doing something that has never been done before, their craft celebrates the timeless funk of the 70s but with a unique twist that has built an instantly recognizable, standout brand for the Austrian duo. . The label bosses take the lead with a mischievous shake up of Ray Charles with heavy emphasis placed on the mid 90s Urban Takeover style bass. To be the object of their envious stares? Bungle is one of the legends of the scene. Then, what must I do to receive such a visitation.