It’s dizzying to think that it’s only been 2 months since Alix Perez assembled his roster of heavyweight bass champions for Atlas / 1. And although I will quite happily continue listening to the NIBIRU until I forget the sound of my own tinnitus – we have another various artists album breaking the airwaves very soon.
It’s been 5 years since the inception of 1985 Music and over that period it’s grown a family of exciting underground producers as well as a celebrated back catalogue from artists new and old. With this release, the label remixes some key tracks from the archives. When taking even a cursory look back to some of the previous names involved with the label, it’s understandable if you start losing sleep in the run up to 24th September.
Two tracks from the EP have already been released on streaming platforms . These include Skeptical’s remix of Trinity, released last Friday, and now a signature funky adaption of Moving On by Break. A tune that was originally one of the most popular releases from Perez’s, deeply personal, debut album. The final single will be available for public consumption on the 17th September, followed by the full release the following week.
V/A – 5 Years of 1985 EP will be available to stream and buy digitally at the end of the month, with a vinyl release on the very uncertain horizon. However, for now, head over to the 1985 Music socials and Soundcloud to get your bassweight fix until then.
S1: Alix Perez – Trinity (Skeptical Remix) – 3rd Sept
S2: Alix Perez Feat. Liam Bailey – Moving on (Break Remix) – 10th Sept
S3: Cesco – ABR (Monty Remix) – 17th Sept
- Alix Perez Ft Liam Bailey – Moving On (Break Remix)
- Visages Ft Laville – About You (Alix Perez 3 A.M Mix)
- Alix Perez – Melodrama (Sam Binga Under Water Garage Mix)
- Machinedrum – Braided Leaves (Visages Remix)
- Alix Perez – Trinity (Skeptical Remix)
- Bredren Tman – Inferno (DLR remix)
- Cesco – ABR (Monty remix)
- Dogger Mindstate Anile K S R – Dont Hurt Me (Re-work Feat. DRS)
Mike has had an unhealthy obsession with bass music from a young age. Whether that’s expressed through writing, DJing or producing anything from Grime to Drum and Bass and the whole spectrum of cultures in between.