Available exclusively from Beatport:
The EP is recieving support from:
Rene LaVice, Chris SU, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Bredren, JFB, Aphrodite, Villem, Ray Keith, Kolectiv, Aries, Kyrist, Chris Yardrock, Vinyl Junkie, Kenny Ken, Dr Meaker, Parellel Motion, Sappo, Despicable Youth
Evolve EP: Phase One
TerraHawk, Creatures, Subtle Element, Safety In Numbers & Lurk
Label: Infidelity Records
Catalogue Number: DBINFDLTY7
Release Date: 26.08.16 (Beatport Exclusive)
The first in a brand new series of Various Artists EP’s from Infidelity Records; ‘Evolve EP: Phase One’ puts forth music from already established label artists as well as welcoming exciting new talents into the fold for the first time.
The aforementioned talents stepping up for their label debuts are all Bristol residents and prominent names on the Bristol circuit: Subtle Element, Safety In Numbers & Lurk - Underpinning the strength of label regulars TerraHawk & Creatures’ music on this EP.
Fully encompassing what Infidelity now represents as a label in 2016, expect a high standard of Drum & Bass to emanate from the ‘Evolve’ series.
Label bosses TerraHawk kick things off with the no holds barred roller ‘Cogent’; spitting out murky-filth from the get go. An eerie intro backed by solid punchy kicks warns of the aural corruption that lies in wait, firmly setting the tempo for the rest of the EP.
Creatures come fully correct with their offering ‘Clarity’. Unrivalled trademark drumwork & percussive elements confirm this as material worthy of a run-out on some of the world's best D&B dancefloors. Keep your ears open for new music coming on Infidelity from the Creatures production lab in the very near future.
Prolific collaborators and regulars on the Bristol circuit; Subtle Element & Safety in Numbers have teamed up to bring you an updated 2016 version of their unreleased 2015 track ‘Symptomatic’ which was featured on Optiv & BTK’s ‘Dutty Audio Podcast’, as their respective label debuts.
Another label debut, but this time for a new boy in town. Lurk, another hot tip of ours to go on to big things, impressed us massively with material fired our way in the last 6 months - constantly exciting us with his distinct styles. ‘Preserve’ is a full on bass-laden stepper - charged with enough sub to rumble any club to it’s foundations.
Subtle Element’s ‘Last Hour’ is the penultimate number on the EP. Employing his now-trademark sound design, sub meets stabby reece in this energy filled rolling grub fest.
Impeccably rounding off a strong start to the ‘Evolve’ series, Creatures & TerraHawk collaborate on the comically named ‘Justin Thyme’; an intriguing fusion of both artist’s current styles. Definitely worth your thyme.
of , which is