Moresounds has been a recent discovery although he has a couple of great EPs under his belt already. Rooted in the skittery freeform patterns of Chicago's footwork sound, the Parisian flexes insane bass weigh and sprinkles generous portions of ragga and jungle spice. The results are pure fire for the dancefloor.
Definitely my favourite release from Moresounds. His sound blends the intensity and bounce of trap with the depth and darkness of solid dnb. This combo is topped off with sweet ragga vocal samples. Proper dancefloor material here!
Favorite track: Turn In Your Gun.
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>> Moresounds - Ghetto Dub Vol. 1
From within the depths of the Paris underground, somewhere between the glory of its tourist attractions and the grittier underbelly of its myriad expatriate communities, Moresounds sits behind his mixing desk and synthesises. He takes from what's around him and what he loves and makes something new.
King Tubby's shadow looms over his shoulders as he channels the spirit of dub into his tracks. Dance music in dub. Dubbed dance music. Dub as a process, invigorating the sometimes sterile sounds of electronic dance music.
The result is music that wouldn't be out of place in a modern cyberpunk tale - the perfect soundtrack to the daily happenings of a generation of hybrid thrill seekers always plugged in, always streaming media directly into their ears and retinas. Alternatively it also makes for pretty good fun on the dance floor, dub wise riddims designed to make you groove.
Just tie your dancing shoes and get moving.
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Everything about this release from the cheeky label name and catalogue symbol, to the minimalistic design of the sticker to the music itself is awesome. Then again who could expect less from the Om Unit + Sam Binga duo? Love the diversity of sounds on this as well. Alegria