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Title: Raw Trax
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Type Recordings
Genre: Electronic, Bass, Grime, UK-Garage
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 39:12 min
Total Size: 224 MB


01. Raw Trax (Weekend Rush)
02. Raw Basics
03. Prototype
04. Maintain
05. Your Love
06. Get Dark
07. Feel Me
08. Break It Down (4 Da kru)

Edition of 500 copies, Mastered and cut by Matt Colton at Alchemy. RIYL: SND, A Made Up Sound, El B...

Killer ‘ardcore mutations rooted in mid-late ‘90s/and ‘00s pirate radio strafing the dial between ruffest jungle, garage and grime…massive recommendation if you’re into anything from A Made Up Sound to El B, to SND...

We’ve been waiting a while for this one to drop - Basic Rhythm’s debut batch of killer ‘ardcore mutations influenced by his years spent DJing on and listening to London’s Rude FM pirate radio station.

You may know the shady character behind these productions as London’s Anthoney J Hart, or by his noisier, abstract Imaginary Forces pseudonym, here strafing the dial between ruffest jungle, UKG and grime, parsing and augmenting their undead spirits and structures across 8 sweet but deadly geometries.

But make no mistake; this isn’t intended as an exercise in nostalgia. Swerving breakbeats entirely, Hart sews a patchwork of classic samples into brittle 2-step and sublow grids twisted at oblique angles from their original axis but still clearly recognisable as a form of UK rave music.

The technique yields some serious highlights, none more so than the sweet ’n sticky special request Your Love with its ohrwurming vocal stabs, or the glancing hyper-funk of Raw Basics, which sounds like A Made Up Sound off his nut at Labrynth, but also the more isolated bedroom vibes of Maintain with its loping, smoked-out hip hop vibes, and the warped soul flow of Feel Me and Break It Down (4 Da Krew) which ends the set with helium vocals and those woozey, late night strings...

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