Submorphics - Hazel Street by InnergroundMusic published on 2013/06/05 15:18:15 +0000 Following on from the impressive success of the Sounds Of The Innerground album, DJ Marky has seen fit to unleash an EP (or mini album) of pure summer jams, just in time for the sun to come out and bless us with its presence! Featuring on this digital only release we have some of the heavy hitters of recent times with some soulful DnB to keep those long summer nights moving. Kicking off with one from tried and tested funk duo, DJ Marky & Makoto, and their ode to melodic DnB, "Jazzy". When these guys hit the studio, sparks fly and we can see that in this track, which is the first of two diamonds from the pair. Big beats, guitar riffs and big basslines - what more can you ask for? Next up, Level 2 with a cheeky number sure to put smiles on faces. It's great to welcome Level 2 back to the fold after his impressive debut "Murder On The Dancefloor" smashed the place apart. With "Love Insane", however, he has shown the deeper side to his nature with more of a lovers track than a dancefloor killer. Submorphics returns with a trademark sizzler in the shape of "Hazel Street". Anyone who has been to a DJ Marky show recently will have heard this one on heavy rotation because it's a track so soulful it hurts! Beautiful male vocals layered over some gentle keys - perfect for a lazy day watching the sun go down. T>I has really gone about establishing himself in the Innerground stable, and here he comes correct again with a well measured track that gives the whole EP a new dynamic. T>I really has an ear for the staccato beats and an enticing bassline, and here in "Reassurance" we can hear it in all its glory. The penultimate track is another DJ Marky & Makoto collaboration, "Konfused". The name of the track is apt, as it drifts from the sound DJ Marky & Makoto fans are accustomed to, to a more dramatic bassline before lilting back to the magical keywork you'd be expecting in the breakdown. And finishing things off we have Austria's finest, Roy Green & Protone featuring the vocal skills of Dorian and their track "Watch Me". A gentle roller this one, that shows off all the finer sides of the DnB genre and the real depth of audio range that can be achieved when it is done properly. A bit of sax always goes down nicely ina track like this and when the bassline hits it really packs some punch! Due out on the 17th June from all decent digital retailers. For more information drop us a message.