Agressor Bunx The Suffering
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BEATPORT EXC: 7th April 2017
WORLDWIDE RELEASE: 21st April 2017

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Press Release – IGNT010
1. Agressor Bunx - Magic Clock
2. Agressor Bunx - The Suffering

The infamous duo Agressor Bunx are back, bringing with them the slick, neuro infused basslines which saw their meteoric climb to the top over the past two years. After being discovered amongst the explosion of newcomers who've come through across the scene recently, Agressor Bunx have stood the test and time after time drop some of the nastiest cuts which have been premiered in sets throughout Europe. And welcoming them back is Ignescent, a label who've certainly been making themselves felt this year and who will continue to do so by releasing music of the same calibre.

This next single has been greatly anticipated not just by fans of Agressor Bunx, but also by the wider drum & bass community. Already doing damage on the decks, ‘Magic Clock' and ‘The Suffering' have made the rounds recently and continue to cause destruction to every crowd they're played across.

‘Magic Clock' begins with ominous ticking, drawing itself out for a climatic drop. Rolling out on intimidating atmospherics and drums which eerily sift their way through the mix and become more prominent as the track progresses, Agressor Bunx creating a perfectly foreboding intro. It's not long before all-out chaos ensures, with a bass that cuts through the composition aggressively and pounding drum loops crashing at every angle. The producers have once again catapulted you into their world, a place renowned its chaotic soundscape.

‘The Suffering' comes next, winding up on softly elevating pads which juxtapose its metallic, clattering percussion and slow descent into anarchy. The track then lifts itself into minimal waters, drawing out on a succession of flying beats and pitched up bass to create a disjointed, dystopian feel. Agressor Bunx switch the vibe for ‘The Suffering', an understated but still aggressive, terrifying force. A ricocheting hook snaps up between its layers, helping to drive the record forward and proving that Agressor Bunx can create a catchy rhythm which still scratches deeper with every twist.

Alongside Agressor Bunx, Ignescent are taking you along for their progressive rise to the top. And it's an ascent which doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon.

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