Label: Ingredients Records - RECIPECAT001 • Format: 14x, File MP3, Compilation 320 kbps • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Drum n Bass
Log in to view your wishlist. Items in wishlist:. Items in cart:. Options Items per page. DBR UK. Dirty Passive EP. Life Console. Over on the flip, "Break From The Vacuum" takes things on a deeper tip with deep, murmuring b-line, soothing chiming keys and quirky SFX peppering an altogether cooler, calmer soundscape than the A side. The Green Box. Far Away. A yearning vocal element adds further mournful melancholy to the proceedings whilst low slung humming bass and rumbling subs add oodles of depth.
Accompanying this is "Days Clean Break - Various - Ingredients Records: Choice Cuts Vol.1 Out" which is a bit more of a tough, terse Watermark - Enya - Paint The Sky With Stars - The Best Of Enya with Clean Break - Various - Ingredients Records: Choice Cuts Vol.1 snares, eerie, experimental SFX and a stern minimalism which really works.
Top notch stuff here. Dub One. Out There EP. Mise En Place pt 2. Ingredients Records certainly know how to stockpile an enviable portfolio of tracks, and some of these beauties have been on the backburner for a while.
First track "Rainy City Music" by Dub Phizix has added lingering, hopeful ambiance to the end of sets for a good long while now, but with a proper release, headphones everywhere can experience its full cinematic glow. Villem's "Splinter In Your Mind" gets a fractious and bassy makeover by the elusive Break, puling switches and swapping rhythms like a mad professor in a thunderstorm. Skeptical, the go-to man for dark, minimal drum and bass provides a VIP version of cold-hearted killer "Blue Eyes", where beautiful samples are stamped and warped by high-pressure bass and intricate percussion, adding faster-moving tension to an already sterling track.
Four incredible tracks from producers punching well above the median. A Few Too Many. The tune segues into the drop with Clean Break - Various - Ingredients Records: Choice Cuts Vol.1 thick, treacly bassline, formidable subs and a stark, stripped back aesthetic.
One for the heads. Marcus Intalex. First up is title track "Cabal" with its long, echoing intro full of clop clop beats and eerie atmospherics, dropping into a meditative roller with wailing bass and ticking breaks. Accompanying this is "Mud" which is another cracking track full of murmuring SFX, rolling b-line and gentle, delicate details. The Path. Mise En Place Pt 1. A very nice dBirdge remix of Kodo's "The Jackal" gets the party started - think deftly placed beats, whirring sub bass and gentle soundscapes here.
The Jackal. A top notch release right here. It's deep, weighty bass-led business from the off in title track "Scraper". A sci-fi soaring intro with hissing atmospherics gives way to a bassline roller with razor sharp snares and metallic SFX, before the same out of space symphony returns as the track progresses, adding to the pervasive sense of unease.
Another excellent offering from the Ingredients camp - delicious! Beautifully composed, Mode makes as much use of space as he does of sound, providing a fresh and innovative take on the bpm genre. Astral Transmissions EP. Ingredients Presents Recipe Book Vol 1 unmixed tracks. Dominic Petrie. Tomorrow Now. Kicking things off is "Demand" which stars with a simple alarm-style bleeping and sparse ticking beats with the occasional drone creeping in and out of focus, gradually building up momentum the bleeping and droning become the body of the tune with humming sub bass and raw, experimental SFX.
The Foot. Prepare yourselves for something rather special here as "The Foot" sees Ruffhouse whipping out the big guns for a monstrous dubbed out session with rumbling sub bass pressure, ticking beats and a growing sense of unease. Ominous from the outset, this one is The Unexpected - Byron Black / Living Objects - The Unexpected beast, progressing gradually and with plenty of minimal menace.
If that wasn't enough then "Bypass" takes things up a peg or two with some powerful rolling fury and hissing atmospherics. Definitely worth checking out.
This EP shows their range better than previous; "Strangers" is them at their deepest, most techno-like with a shifty halfstep and murky, nagging loops. Complete with a stripped back croak bassline, it's a timeless escape - and one that's only going to boost these cats' reputation further.
Barn Break remix. Detroit Lies Bleeding. Turning Point. Now he makes a welcome return on Psylence's Ingredients Recordings with a storming pair of tunes which blend understated cool with dancefloor panache.
First up is title track "Glide", which has much of Sato's signature sound - punchy, in yer face drums and ominous atmospherics, coupled with grouchy b-line and detailed SFX. As if that wasn't enough, Phobia remixes the superb "Detroit Lies Bleeding" with its quasi political message, terse, tripping breaks, buzzing synthline and pervasive sense of danger, into an altogether darker beast.
An excellent and truly satisfying release from Ingredients. Blue Eyes EP. Cold One. ST Files, despite his low profile, has actually been recording for many years and "Nailbomb" represents his newly whetted appetite for producing fresh material alongside co-producer Response. Bringing the unmistakeable warm-yet-techy sound of Marcus Intalex's Manchester to life, both Unleashed - Zonata - Buried Alive are featuring heavily on dancefloors across the country.
Ingredients Choice Cuts Vol 3. Bringing together a range of top-notch artists including Krakota, Foreign Concept, Jubei, Spirit and more, this album is a pleasure from start to finish. Ingredients Records: Choice Cuts Vol 1. Lo and behold there are such tasty morsels as Sato's dark, glistering bassline roller "Detroit Lies Bleeding", the insatiable snapping snares of "Clean Break" and fidgety finesse of "Voyager feat.
It's a fine selection of tunes, which points to the fact that Ingredients is a very promising label indeed. Watch this space. Ingredients Choice Cuts Vol 2. See all Downloads. See all Genre. See all Artist. See all Featured. See all Release Title. See all BPM.
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