Posij - 28 Hz EP - Promo Mix (Out April 1st) by posij published on 2013/03/06 15:23:45 +0000 Here's a Promo Mix I did for my upcoming 6 tracker EP '28 Hz'. :D It will hit Beatport on March 17th with all other digital platforms following on April 1st. Like: http://www.facebook.com/posij Follow: http://www.twitter.com/posij Listen: http://snd.sc/Za1FiQ ‘28 Hz Scream’ on UKF Dubstep: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRRV4_YipCo 28 Hz EP Tracklist (not tracklist of mix) 1. Posij - 28 Hz Scream 2. Posij & Borrel - Cv Promode 3. Posij - Duikbril 4. Posij - Laserfilth 5. Posij - Close Call 6. Posij - Trident Division Recordings: https://www.facebook.com/DivisionRecords Press Release: With Winter now behind us, the mighty Division stable ready a genre-spanning, decibel-bothering 6 tracker from Netherlands based Posij, that’s set to make incisive moves on both club and festival floors alike this Spring. The young Dutch producer is a relative newcomer to the scene but after just one release on Noisia’s imprint, he can already count the likes of Flying Lotus, Pendulum, Chase & Status and Skrillex amongst his influential, tastemaker fans. Fresh to the stage he may be, but sonically and stylistically his sound reflects a skill and aptitude well beyond his years. Drawing influences from raw Hip and Glitch Hop, trap, D&B and today’s frenetic bass culture – you’ll find that Posij employs a variety of aural textures and approaches to help create his expansive, painstakingly fresh sounding music. Leading the pack and demonstrating this unique cocktail from the word go on his new EP, are title track ’28 Hz Scream’ and Borrel collaboration ‘CV Promode’; both of which snarl their way through cocksure drum breaks amidst their own unique, bit-crushed whirlwinds. These opening cuts then tee us up perfectly for the desolate, dubby soundscapes of ‘Duikbril’ - whose sparse muffled swells permeate the ominous synth washes that loom above. ‘Laserfilth’ wears it’s heart firmly on its sleeve, delivering a powerful and uncompromising, electro-shocked stomp, while ‘Close Call’ is a gritty and rifling D‘n’B / Drumstep hybrid with schizophrenic bite. Ultimately ‘Trident’ unleashes a blaze of course funk to wrap up what is an EP of organic-meets-electronic bass music of the highest order and the second surefooted step in what’s shaping up to be an exciting career for the Groningen resident.