Tuesday, 2 November 2010

That's the Keysound

New bit being released this month on Keysound Recordings (Dusk + Blackdown's label) and it's another EP from the seven deep LHF Collective; comprised of No Fixed AbodeDouble Helix, Low Density Matter, Amen Ra, Soular manOctaviour and Escobar but on this EP, The line path, it's just Amen Ra and Double helix representing. Double Helix's first contribution; Chamber of light, treads the line between early dubstep and grime circa the first half of this decade while the second tune; Bass 2 Dark, comes on like Geeneus's Congo from Tempa allstars volume 2. If you didn't know all of the collective lived in London, you'd swear Amen Ra came from Bristol and was called Hyetal; bumbling basslines swims under a whole batch of "purple" synth sounds and squeeks. You can (try) find more about LHF on this here facebook group also worth a peek is this interview with the group on FACT, and their mix for FACT, built up entirely from LHF dubs. Keep your eyes glued to the Dusk & Blackdown blog for the release.

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