Following on from the success of Micky Finn and Vital Elements anthem ‘So Good’ the Serial Killaz label isn’t letting up and now hits you with a two part EP project.
T>I, one of a handful of producers responsible for bringing raw 90’s vibes back to drum & bass without following the same old route of ‘back to the old school’. Championed by DJ Hype and DJ Rap, T>I has already had a huge amount of hits on the underground and his latest pending releases under Serial Killaz will be no exception.
If you know your upfront drum and bass or not, you will have most certainly heard plenty of T>I’s tracks being supported by most if not all of the A list DJ circuit. Virtual record boxes have continued to be stocked with dubplate after dubplate by one of the hardest working producers our scene has seen for years.
Don’t get it twisted, this isn’t a ragga jungle explosion with a plethora of Amen beats – this is pure rolling sublow drum and bass and it’s coming in not one but two parts! Sample spotters hold tight.
High energy beats and bass combined with mid 90’s production influences are in abundance. Top scale bass lines that flip the script from ‘Changes’, deep and dark vibes in the form of ‘Hammerhead’ and music to make even the stiffest of ravers shuffle in the form of ‘Watcha Man’. This EP has it all and it’s taking no prisoners.
‘Circuits’ is being released as two separate EP’s, part one incoming 10th June followed by part two later on 24th June. Watch out for a bonus track from the album which is soon to be offered as a free download via the Serial Killaz Soundcloud. This is a massive package and certainly not one to sleep on.
Coming soon on the Serial Killaz release schedule is an EP from their very own Yorkshire ripper, Kitcha.
Watch the ride.
Words: Jamie S23
Get your copy of Circuits EP – Part 2 HERE
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