Having spent more than seventeen cross-genre years featuring on dance music’s most prestigious imprints, Blu Mar Ten are opening the doors of their own label to a host of fresh young talent emerging from the leftfield of Drum & Bass and beyond.
Blu Mar Ten Music (BMTM) is a home for the beautiful and the ugly, the elegant and the awkward, the euphoric and the melancholy. With a growing list of talent delivering a rollercoaster of emotions and armed with a desire to stand out rather than fit in, BMTM is rapidly becoming a label to watch.
The third release in this new chapter is bought to us by rapidly ascending drum & bass star, Ed:it.
Having already featured on Critical Records and gathering support from S.P.Y., Bailey, Spectrasoul, Break, Enei, Kasra, Skeptical and many more, Ed:it’s gritty and elegant sound mainlines the warehouse soul of classic d&b, serving it up in impeccably sculpted slices.
Ed:it debuts on BMTM with three moody & militant circuit-blowers.
Rushing sweeps of white noise and modulated synths give advance warning of the tsunami of bass washes to come. With its raw energy and perfectly balanced production, Shutter drops a relentless, military-grade groove that’s impossible to ignore.
Repercussions (feat Aldo)
Reminiscent of early TeeBee productions and with a sprinkling of Metalheadz magic, Repercussions finds a subtlety often lacking in tech-driven dancefloor tracks. Where Shutter opts for wide-screen dramatics, Repercussions gets up-close and personal, whispering threats in your ear rather than shouting them across the room. Audio intimidation at its best.
Shades of Goldie’s classic ‘Terminator’ saturate Echo’s intro before dropping into what can only be described as ‘pure’ drum & bass. Oozing bass slides and metallic stabs underpin skittering drums & percussion, conjuring up that long lost pre-‘EDM’ warehouse atmosphere. Echo is an anthem for dancefloors where sweat drips from the ceiling and no one knows the name of the tunes.
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