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Lucent - Playin' Dirty [E.P] [Inc.Morcee & Karnak (R1 Ryders) Remixes] [OUT NOW!]

LUCENT on September 06, 2013 15:56

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    Latest release of my single Playin' Dirty out on the 11th of August on Sharkslayers label My Techno Weighs A Ton the sister label of the legendary Top Billin!

    I love Lucent's versatility with his productions and after a very techy house release on My Techno Weighs A Ton, good friend and party guy Lucent returns with a UK bass vibed single. To make this release really stand out in the bass scene, we got remixes by DJ Karnak (aka R1 Ryders) and big drum specialist Morcee.

    Lucent has got his hands on many things, producing ghetto club jams, big bass monsters and even minimal techno, so it's pretty hard to pigeonhole this lad. Very fun guy for late nite Skype sessions too. With releases on Trouble&Bass, Four 40, Bosphorus and My Techno Weighs A Ton, his back catalogue covers many tastes. A very productive person we're talking right here, MTWAT family in effect, just how we do.

    And about the remixes... #BASS

    DJ Karnak (aka R1 Ryders) has consistently produced some of the most bass-centric tracks to come out of London’s underground club scene. His tracks are constantly played by DJ’s across the board like Toddla T, Mary Anne Hobbs, Mistajam, Benji B, B. Traits, Sinden and Ikonika. Growing up in London as an avid music collector Karnak cites London’s Jungle and Garage scenes as key influences on his sound, and it’s no surprise that the likes of La Roux, Major Lazer and The Count & Sinden have enlisted his skills for remix duties.

    Morcee is a London-based DJ and producer. His sound is hard to pinpoint, even on a production level Morcee’s sound shies away from traditional patterns and structure, genre defying but with an obvious homage to his roots. Without a preoccupation for vintage synths and hardware, Morcee's "less is more" production style carries through every stage of the creative process. He’s been supported by some of the UKs biggest names: Mary Anne Hobbs, Oneman, Brackles, 16Bit, Foamo and many more.

    Yours Truly,

    Sharkslayer

    Released by: mtwat
    Release/catalogue number: MTWAT047
    Release date: Sep 11, 2013

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