An Interview with Fixate 'Throwback Therapy EP'

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  1. InReach

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    There’s an interesting resurgence happening in Drum & Bass right now. Nineties rave culture is being channelled prominently through the aesthetics of fashion and sonically across current UK dance music, with Jungle and Hardcore sensibilities transforming the experimental fringes of Drum & Bass and culminating in somewhat of a movement for the genre. One label renowned for its reputation for pushing the cutting edge is dBridge’s Exit Records. Their latest, EXIT056, is Fixate’s Throwback Therapy EP. This scorching five track release exhibits a real flair from this exciting newcomer; with hardcore x jungle fusion of the title track and Sueno, to the tribal polyrhythms of Percussive Aggressive; the dancehall inflection of N20 and the dubbed-out half-time vibe of Alive, Fixate has proven himself as potently versatile.

    We chatted to Fixate to get a little introduction and gain some insight into where he’s coming from…

    Interview: http://in-reach.co.uk/fixate-throwback-therapy-ep/

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  2. Vanden

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    Good interview. Looking forward to hearing what he's got for Exit. Doesn't the dBridge @ womb mix have a few Fixate-y tracks in that are yet to be released, as well as Fixate's Diffrent podcast
     
  3. Vydx

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    Think I know just exactly which one you're on about, as Sam Binga plays the same tune in the February Critical Sound Rinse FM show around 29:00 (after Steppin)