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Again Saudade – Drumwave (Inperspective Records)

We premiere the ethereal Jungle-inspired roller ‘Drumwave’ from Again Saudade (A.K.A Necrotype) on his new EP for London-based Inperspective Records

Since it’s birth in 1997, Inperspective Records has become known and loved as one of the key labels for leftfield Drum & Bass, releasing groundbreaking records from some of the most highly respected artists in the scene such as Breakage, Fracture, Equinox, Sinistarr and many more.

Next up for the imprint comes Again Saudade, a self-titled EP from the Brighton-based artist also known as Necrotype, who has built a strong name and following via his killer releases on labels like 7th Storey Projects, Omni Music, Diamond Life & Repertoire amongst others.

This new project sees a new & fresh sonic direction for the producer, an innovative body of work deeply interwoven within the fundamentals of Jungle, a style of music which has been his driving force and obsession since 1993 at the early age of 9.

We are very pleased to present and premiere Drumwave, the first track from the EP. A deeply ethereal, meditative Jungle licked roller, steeped in intergalactic vibes and driven by it’s intricate breaks and relentless low end.

Again Saudade is out 30th April via Cassette & Digital. Buy here.


1. Drumwave
2. The Emerald Line
3. Slow Fall
4. Armband Asia
5. Time Waits for No One
6. Again Saudade


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