Random Movement digs through his inbox and shares his top promo pick for week 32.
So I managed to talk the folks here at DNBVault to give me a soapbox to shout about awesome music to all of you. The tunes I’m going to be sharing with you are a snapshot of my favorite tunes I’ve received on promo for that week. The music I’ve selected here will be released within the month, if the songs haven’t been released already. (Hint: google it!) Chances are if I’m writing about a tune in this section, its because it deserves to be spoken about. You aren’t going to read a whole lot of bad reviews here. I don’t like to write about stuff that doesn’t interest me, so if a track is mentioned here, its because I like it and plan on playing it out regularly. To hell with the rating systems too… You’ll know if its a 10 out of 10 or not when you give the tunes a listen. – Random Movement
Submorphics – The Divine EP – Shogun Ltd
Submorphics hits us with his latest work, coming from the Shogun Ltd. imprint with “The Divine EP”, a solid step in the right direction for soulful and uplifting drum and bass. The title track sees the vocal harmonies of Jenna G over a hands-in-the-air style anthem with just the right energy to make it easy to leave on repeat. The modern legend MC T.R.A.C. comes thru in only the way that he can over Submorphics rough-and-tumble 60’s-ghetto roller “All Or Nothing”. Christina Tamayo hits us with her serene box over his “Embers”, an amen-chopped synthetically smooth work of art. The somber “Outer Mission” takes us on a melancholy ride with ancient vinyl-ripped vox and full-speed-ahead breaks. This release is a real stake in the ground on the real estate of Submorphics’ well-procured style of mixing detroit-style rolling bass licks with dubbed-out soulful melodies and warm synth progressions.Greg, buddy, I’m glad that after all these years the powers that be have realized that you are a bright and shining gem of talent that needs to be heard. Air hi-five!