Deep, dark and heavy. Three words so commonly used to describe Dubstep tracks, but in this case, no other three words could describe it better.
Up next on Uprise Audio, the label run by Dubstep original Seven, comes a release from long time affiliate 11th Hour with his first outing on the imprint consisting of his tracks Hyperspace & Bravo Zulu.
Hyperspace if the definition of heavyweight. A real journey into the depths of sub-bass abyss with huge earth shattering percussion pushing you further and further whilst being peppered with intergalactic sonics, almost giving you feeling of being submerged into deep space.
The flipside, Bravo Zulu, is a more bouncy, stepper track with plenty of swing and of course, low-end. The track shows a different side of the producers game whilst still in-keeps with his noticeable signature sound.
A real heavy release and the perfect way for the label to see off 2019.
Out this Friday and will be available for purchase via the Uprise Audio Bandcamp page.
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