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Kanji Kinetic has released an EP on Chrissy Murderbot‘s label Sleazetone. The release promises to be the biggest for the label so far, with remixes coming from Krazy Fiesta (of Trunkfunk/Turboweekend fame) and upcoming bass or, to coin a wanky term, “post-garage” superstar Kingdom (Night Slugs, Fool’s Gold, Mad Decent, Acéphale).
Here’s what Sleazetone had to say about it:
“We here at Sleazetone are really hyped about this one—an EP from one of the biggest names in forward-thinking bass music right now, Kanji Kinetic. He’s released work on labels like Rag & Bone, Trouble & Bass, Senseless, Tigerbeat6, and Coin Op, to name a few. Now he’s bringing a new take on his distinctive Bassline/Dubstep/Funky/Rave fusion to Sleazetone.
‘Thrill Seeka’ is a huge party tune on a UK Funky tip with some cheeky samples to keep things lively. ‘Griefer’ is classic Kanji—punishing bassline house with really crisp percussion and genius drum edits, while ‘Scatter’ is mind-melting Dubstep drumwork mayhem. Completely next level ish, FOR SERIOUS.”
Heavy bass purveyor Kanji Kinetic has a new EP out today on Senseless Records, promising a higher tempo of 175 as opposed to the usual 130/140 BPM. The blurb on their Soundcloud page talks about looking back to the old days of rave and jungle, which is always promising.
What I like about Kanji Kinetic is the heaviness he manages to inject into slow club-oriented music, which is becoming an increasingly rare trait these days. It’s being released as a split with the New Era EP released on Tigerbeat6 earlier this year but with two new tracks and two remixes from Kaiser and Cracks as well.
You can stream the whole EP on the Senseless Records Soundcloud page before you buy the bugger.
Drop The Lime has fired out a new tune as part of the new ‘Heavy Bass Champions Of The World’ series before he gets down to all his remix and production duties. This first volume is a club-friendly bassfest full of the usual wobbly basslines and whatnot.
You can grab the little rascal at Beatport, Amazon, iTunes and Turntable Lab.