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Urban Scrumping Records
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Debut album of nocturnal double Garage from J-One. 'Fragments' features a guest spot from Phaeleh on 'Close Your Eyes', besides a mixture of mellow electronic downbeats, crisp halfstep and atmospheric 2-step. Fans of Submerse, Clouds or Scuba should check.
Urban Scrumping offer their first label compilation, featuring ten tracks from Phaeleh, J-One, Sclist, Gyu and Apathesis. The vibes are plenty deep and classy, from the yearning Garage soul-tronics of J-One's 'All I Need' and Phaeleh's droning, sub-heavy refit, through mellow midnight flavour of Gyu's 'Lounge' remix, and the more experimental Double Garage rhythm programming of Apathesis' 'Remember'.
Seven future garage swingers from Sclist, backed with a remix from labelmate, Gyu. 'Cyanide' starts the session with an echo chamber dubtech number, 'Transient' follows with a more fractious rhythm blooming widescreen sci-fi synths. The darting dub chords of 'Fina' meanwhile reminds of Pole, before 'Mirrored' heads on a Pangaea-style deep mission, reworked with a darker flex by Gyu.
Gyu's second drop for Bristol's Urban Scrumping label is an album of mellow yet heavy dubstep. Pinch collaborator Indi Kaur appears on two of the most florid tracks, the dramatic 'Living Life' and the brooding 'Out In The Bush', but his best tracks com when he works with clipped garage rhythms, as on the Burial-esque 'Truant' and 'Trinket', while 'Congo Shuffle' reminds of '04/05 era dubstep from Geeneus and El-B.
Bristol's Urban Scrumping comes with the darkside breakbeat vibes on the debut from South London's Full Spektrum. The raw darkside skitters of 'Socket Box' open the set, fllowed by the churning breakstep of 'Secuity Concepts' and a gutter-step mix of 'Impossible Encounter' from Blackmass Plastics.
Urban Scrumping provide two techno charged dubstep riddims from Full Spektrum. 'Solve The Problem' leans heavily on acid driven 4/4s before breaking into a skank with snares on the third. 'Voices Of Angels' follows with a taut halfstep number spooked with haunting vocals and bleeping synthlines. For fans of Indigo.
Cool blue dubstep/future garage riddims from Bristol's Apathesis. Over five track he explores a melodic style cued by a love of Martyn and 2562 with clipped garage beats and sparing basslines. The crisp bounce of 'Begin' and the darker Burial style flex of 'Rain Dance' both require the attention of any clued up future steppers.
Eastern-infused dubstep from Darkham on Phaeleh's Urban Scrumping imprint. 'Age Of War' gives a dramatic start with breaksy synths wound about vocal drones and an offset organ line while 'Inner Storm' licks up darkside grimy 'step featuring vox from Aggi Dukes and the fierce 'Gravity' comes off like Reso or Elemental on a nasty synthline driven breakstepper.
From dark and minimal halfstep to ace tabla/808 workouts onto cyber-riffing breakstep & refined grime!
One of the Urban Scrumping crew's finest producers, Gyu, presents an installment of mean snapping garage and electrified breaks. The sharp and clean snare-driven torque of 'Rorschach' starts the dance, folowed byt ehfractured robo-breaks of 'Bust' and the old-skool breakstep flow of 'Mettle'. 'Light Brick' is the undoubted highlight, using electro shaped beats and evil bass drones before 'Unknowable' finishes on a synthline driven breakbeat tip.
Deeper dubstep melodrama from Bristol's Phaeleh on the Urban Scrumping label. 'Reflection' infuses minimalistic Pinch-style halfstep patterns with spooky vocals, 'Willow' adds breezy brass to dread bass signatures and 'Iscabe Piano' enriches a sparse steppers pattern with fractured keys for a delicate oriental feel.
Melodramatic dubstep and future garage from Phaeleh. 'Within The Emptiness' is his latest release for Urban Scrumping, compiling practically an album's worth of finely crafted steppers variations with ich musical accompaniment from an assortment of harps, accordians, synths and vocals from Shammi Pithia and Anneka. This is a must for fans of SYNKRO, Von D or Hyetal.
Preceding his more recent drops on Frijsfo and L2S, Sclist provides the early 'Darkroom EP' for Bristol's Urban Scrumping label backed with remixes from Phaeleh and Gyu. The sparse title track combines sci-fi style synthlines with efficient garage breaks and 'Kigelia' adds tidy flourishes of fusion riffage to percussive rollers rhythms reminding of early dubstep from Hatcha or Geeneus. Phaeleh continues to reshape 'Darkroom' as a smoothly dubbed halfstep number and Gyu adds hovering subs and florid melodies to 'Kigelia'.