Following on from his ‘Bloodsport’ release earlier this year, Emperor rounds off 2018 with the venomous six track ‘Box Cutter’ EP. With the title track featuring Mantmast on vocals a favourite with René LaVice on BBC Radio 1, Emperor showcases his industrialised drum & bass reaffirming his status in the Critical Music camp.
Emperor, having proved himself with some heavyweight releases on Critical, Symmetry, Inspected, Neodigital, Ammunition and some exquisite Dubstep gems on the Caliber label all in 2011, has since gone on to become a force to be reckoned with.
His debut track ‘Monolith’ released on Critical:Modulations in June 2012 absolutely destroyed dance floors across the D&B scene. This was soon followed by the incredible ‘Jackhammer EP’ on Inspected records which exposed a different creative side for the Lancashire born producer. His ‘Begin EP’ released on Critical in 2013 furthered his notoriety, dominated charts & his records continued to be heavily rotated by DJ’s worldwide.
Emperor teamed-up with Mefjus, and unleashed their unstoppable ‘Hello World EP’ which sky-rocketed them to the heights of the Drum & Bass scene, with the acclaimed ‘Void Main Void’ and ‘Disrupted’. Emperor is without doubt one of the most exciting new producers in bass music, gritty mechanics combined with beautiful soundscapes, intricate sound design, and all out rawness. A distinctive sound to behold. His debut album, ‘Dispositions’, and ‘Bloodsport’ EP cemented his sound into the Drum & Bass world. Emperor is without a doubt one to take heed of.