Saturday, 6 May 2017

NEEKEETONE, GWR Kollektive, MozDJ - Nu Skool Is Back EP [GWR]

01. NEEKEETONE – Dancing Bridge 
02. GWR Kollektive – Feeling Yo Body 
03. MozDJ – Incoming Clash 
04. NEEKEETONE - Original Don Dada

Russian based family of GWR has unleashed its new installment, which is a 4 track EP by local producers representing Junglistic vibes by a nuskool modern way. "Nu Skool Is Back" is available in digital format and you can get it by naming your price on GWR official bandcamp page.
Here's the GWR promo statement about this EP. An interesting track-by-track review.

01. NEEKEETONE – Dancing Bridge

Multi genre artist NEEKEETONE, after his success on Dynasty Shit, Expose Records, and latest appearance on legendary Dred Collective compilation, hits up GWR with another furious track «Dancing Bridge». The tune starts with a jokingly but well funky made intro based on «Dancing Bridge» sample that refers to NEEKEETONE’s native city Volgograd’s «Dancing Bridge» ( and breaks out into decently built-up and mentally chopped footwork jungle drop with some nice pads and stabs in the breakdown. Well done Mr. NEEKEETONE!

2. GWR Kollektive – Feeling Yo Body

This track will work good for both classic footwork djs with its 1/3 808 kicks alongside good old funky sample and synchronized female vocals and for those who like to mix it longer and then kill the dancefloor with a huge amenistic drop taking it deeper into jungle. As always GWR Kollektive makes the tune a long story with different episodes from sweet and cute pieces to harder and faster breakouts.

3. MozDJ – Incoming Clash

This tune was inspired by the recording of “Incoming Soundclash”, where two monsters of Russian raga-jungle HOT and FeyDer were fighting alongside Steppa Style MC (…mad/3312275-02). Heavy Nu Skool jungle floor filler, it’s recommended for dirty amen and nasty soundclash business lovers. More fire!

4. NEEKEETONE - Original Don Dada

The EP finishes with monster of a track from NEEKEETONE “Original Don Dada”. Here you will find everything you need for a serious mash up the place business. It is fueled with rude amen chops, dirty bass lines, roughneck ragamuffin samples, and keeps the secret weapon of killing footwork breakdown in the middle of it! Add all-time 100% working “Don Dana” samples to it and u will get your beast of a tune. Here it goes!



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