Nothing has ever sounded more together
L 33 artist that has made his return recently on Eatbrain with his Mafia EP has just joined forces with one of our favorite producers, Cooh. Cooh who is a multi genre prodigy, has been in the scene for ages. His releases on the techno influenced label Position Chrome were absolute smashers and he continues to thrive day to day. His side projects like Balkansky show his talents are far bigger than Drum & Bass, but his DNB is monstrous. As a fan of both artist, I was pleased to see their names listed side by side. They tag team well and this latest release from the two are future Neurofunk classics.
Othercide Records picked up Broken EP featuring two massive tracks. In two days you’ll have the pleasure to purchase two of the sickest Neurofunk tracks this year. Check this out below.
From the label:
Towering above them, the planetary shards of the blast site splayed open like broken petals, vast in scale and overwhelming in the destruction they represented. They looked on in quiet awe as the now separated segment of the planet spun on the edge of the gravity horizon, the last remnants of atmosphere clinging to its rugged shape tenuously. The weapon had been more effective than they could have ever imagined, this was a beginning – the promise of their fate in the ruins of this freshly broken planet.
A pair of legendary Bulgarian producers unite, with COOH & L 33 bringing their full array of audio manipulation weaponry to bear in the creation of BROKEN and POWER SOURCE. Drawing on the rich history of both artists’ sounds, the outcome is a set of tracks that deliver both fearsome sonics and an intense dose of funk, wound in a deeply futuristic sensibility. OTHERCIDE RECORDS delivers once again, proving itself to be the dynamic label animal that fans of a specific cross section of drum and bass can really get their teeth into right now.Cooh