Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Review: Soul Jazz Presents: Future Bass

Soul Jazz Records Presents: Future Bass

"Future Bass! Post-Dubstep, post-House, post everything! Four Tet, Mala, Untold, Black Chow (Kevin Martin/The Bug’s latest project), Coki and loads more all-exclusive new tracks on this new album for Soul Jazz Records."

1. Mala - Don't Let Me Go
2. Four Tet - Nothing To See
3. Untold - Fly Girls
4. Coki - Ransom
5. Ramadanman - Bass Drums
6. Black Chow - Air
7. LD - Mastermind
8. V.I.V.E.K - Talking Shadows
9. Randomer - Puzzled
10. Ginz - Boss
11. Harry Craze - Gone
12. Distal - Grape Donut
13. Sub Version - Free To Funk


A new and very highly awaited compilation from the label behind the well-received Steppa's Delight series. True to it's name, this comp operates mainly at the sub-bass level but keeps things interesting and manages to span a few genres. Randomer and Distal are the only two artists who haven't released through Soul Jazz before, and their tracks are very impressive. If you're not a big fan of bass-heavy music this may not be the best introduction, given the lack of melody in the high frequencies, but if this is your thing then seek this out immediately.

Randomer - Puzzled

Harry Craze - Gone

Ramadanman - Bass Drums

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