Addictive Behaviour Records present the first part of their amazing High Rollers project. The drum & bass-obsessed label has brought together four highly respected producers from across the globe to give Volume One a very special flavour indeed. Detail, East Colours, Minor Rain and L33 are all present on the High Rollers Volume One EP.
Detail brings the vibe on Lost Time. The Ukrainian producer has been around since 2011 and has been getting better and better. His track has a building, futuristic quality to its beginning, before sounds clash in the drop to unveil a complex, intricate slice of neuro perfection. Deceptive, dominant and detailed, it marks out the territory of Volume One perfectly.
The amazing EastColors is next, with the infectious Mad Day. You’ll be familiar with EastColours’ collabs with Enei, but alone he can handle things just as well. Mad Day develops slowly, with its distinct beat working into the track, becoming surrounded with some sliding bass patterns and tough pads and effects. This one will grow on you, becoming a staple part of your set or music collection.
Next Bulgaria’s L33 is up with Discrete. Fresh from support from Andy C, Enei, Break and more, L33’s cinematic vibes have been much in demand. His contribution sums up the strength and depth of the EP perfectly, with a roaring tune full of what makes Addictive Behaviour such a special label. Involved, twisting bass runs complement a tough, unforgiving drum line, and L33 pours in his magic on top. Heavy, headnodding and just the right end to the EP. Andy C is a huge fan of this track and decided to include it on Night Life 6 on Ram Records!
Lastly, Minor Rain drops in with the powerful Powerball, which in equal turns blazes a trail into the future and harks back to the classic late-90s period. Rhythm, melody and heavy doses of funk predominate, showcasing the producer’s fascination with the dark side of music. The track will draw you in, eat you up and spit you out. Distinctive, demanding and very, very heavy.
Grab your copy of High Rollers Volume One now, and let the future roll in.
Released: 16th December 2013
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