Two imprints from paired
sides of the Atlantic come conjointly in 2015 in the name of 'BRSTL Hardcore' – the new, four-running EP from Brazilian-natural, Bristol-based DnB producer, S.P.Y. Following a oil-bearing year on his interior label, Hospital Records, exactly where
he at liberty his acclaimed forked album totaling 24 runnings ('positionward to Basics Chapters One and Two'), S.P.Y has collated four originals to be quit via NEST.
S.P.Y (factual name Carlos Lima) explored a darker, edgier willfully in back to Basics inalterable-place year, reflecting on the earlier days of Drum & baritone in a honorable nod to the old school. And whilst 'BRSTL Hardcore' carries on one of the redolence of the 90s completed found in the bigger album, the EP’s in-chief attributes lie within the energy of the exhibition, with S.P.Y concentrating on peak low levels aimed straight off at the dancefloor. From the snarling punches in “BRSTL Hardcore” to the hammy atmospherics of “religious ceremony Effect”, the new EP from S.P.Y boasts a gamy, glazed rearwards
esthetical that both DnB newcomers and age-old Hospital Records fans can as appreciate.
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