Monday, 4 May 2015


1/  Handworth.
2/ Citizen Kaned.
3/ Eastwood (Fire & Napalm).
As May unfolds in a typically chilly UK manner, Quantum Progression Audio offers up three razor sharp and moody, future jungle cuts from Redshift with his brand new 'Psynapse EP'.
The EP starts off in a dancehall style with the bassbin bothering 'Handsworth'. Which incorporates a monster, rising and falling bassline with a hard-hitting breakbeats and a killer, warped dubstep bass pattern, all accompanied by classic ragga-jungle chatting.

'Kaned', (my pick of the bunch) combines a rolling DJ Mink 'Hey! Hey! Can You Relate?' break with an enveloping bass, warped effects and seriously dark 'Anasthasia' stabs. If anyone wants to sub categorise a future-darkcore genre then 'Citizen Kaned' would be a perfect selection to exemplify that style. 
'Eastwood (Fire & Napalm)', which closes the trio, takes you on yet another trip to the darkside, future junglistic style with an ominous, atmospheric intro that sounds like it came straight out of a 1993 jungle-tekno classic (Chaos & Julia Set springs to mind!). That is until the bass heavy, sci-fi stabs drop alongside heavyweight, stepping drumbreaks to create a perfect blend of past and future beats.
All in all. the 'Psynapse EP' is guaranteed to bring you future beats for any discerning lover of serious, headstrong breaks and bass.
Redshift's 'Psynapse EP' is available to purchase as a 2-week Beatport exclusive, before going on general release to other digital stores, so if you want some deep, pre-release future jungle business in your set, check  out the embedded Soundcloud player and follow the link below...

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