Josephs Perception’s first release on Junglist Records titled “Four Elements EP” have been a great success on the label and beyond. “Red Now” which held the number one position on the “Ragga Drum & Bass Chart” for over a month on TrackItDown, was later included on their compilation album “Trackitdown Top 100 Drum & Bass Tracks of 2016” with the best Drum & Bass selling tunes of 2016 alongside a stellar line-up of artists into the scene like Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Annix, Taxman, Mob Tactics, High Contrast, Break, DJ Aphrodite, Upgrade, Nicky Blackmarket, Voltage, Andy C, Breakage, just to name a few.
|Tracks||Josephs Perception – Four Elements EP||Length||Style|
|1||Seduction||7:19||Drum & Bass|
|2||The Big Easy||7:09||Drum & Bass|
|3||Into Your Arms||8:12||Drum & Bass|
||5:31||Drum & Bass|
|JR001||Junglist Records||Digital||Mar 18, 2016|
Gaining press support from Junglist Network in a praising review, here we leave what they have to say about this EP…
Atmospheric Good Lookin esque perfectly formed Junglistic vibes. A gentle roller, for the mid afternoon sunshine festival moment. Vocals roll in, with a smokey jazzy feel to them. Subtle sunshine roller.
2. THE BIG EASY
Jimmy Hendrix plays funky guitar over some crisp jungle beats, this ones got more funk that James Browns hair piece. The bassline rolls along with the funk fused beats, this is no doubt some funky liquid Jungle.
3. INTO YOUR ARMS
This one has a kind of Way out West (90’s dance band not a dude in a cowboy hat) kind of vibe to it. The bassline gives it a warm atmospheric feeling as the crisp breakbeats roll out over trippy samples that float in and out. Slowly it builds, the bassline gets a little tougher, the beats harden up, vocals float in and the atmosphere keeps building. It’s a close your eyes and lose yourself on the dancefloor track and is the stand out track of the EP. Really nicely produced and sounds fresh and retrospective all at the same time.
4. RED NOW
The familiar sound of lilting reggae keys build over some tough sounding breakbeats. This is some more straight up dancefloor ragga jungle. “Lighter”, “Badman” vocal punctuate the air. The bassline wobbles itself onto the dancefloor as the reggae vocals take control of the pace. Big Track, bound to be the dancefloor smasher out of all 4. Once again, subtle layers of production and sounds, really elate this track to a standard above many. Great track, great vibes, great production.
|Now you can buy this EP on the following Digital Music Stores|
|Junglist Records Store|