AUDIO EXCLUSIVE!! New Blood EP (Martsman / Minotaur / Infiltrata / Randomer+REDS)

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    MEDIC7 : Various Artists : New Blood EP
    Release date : March 2008

    It’s lucky number 7 with the next release from Med School and this one is twice as nice because it’s the first double pack to be released on the label. Brimming with exciting new talent, “New Blood” manages to bridge the Atlantic, delve into the Eurozone and nurture some homegrown in one fell swoop. The outcome is a fine compilation of robust bassline choppage.

    A) Martsman “Worst Case Scenario” (click for audio)
    Germany’s own Martsman kick starts the EP with blistering efficiency, “Worst Case Scenario” hits hard with rasping synth sounds and punching spliced-up beats. Get ready… this is just a taste of Martsman’s bit-crushed genius. Expect a solo 12” soon.

    B) Infiltrata “Psalm 24” (click for audio)
    Flipping the script, Infiltrata serves up “Psalm 24”, a rumbling roller straight from the West coast of the USA. Vocal stabs perforate an audio frenzy as the low end and kick drum hits you in the midriff like a gridiron tackle.

    C) Minotaur “Worlds Beyond” (click for audio)
    The second plate lands us firmly back in the UK in the capable hands of two brand new producers. Armed exclusively with a Windows 98 computer bearing a meagre 256Mb of RAM, Minotaur proves that less is most definitely more, and delivers some damaging darkness straight from the labyrinth with “Worlds Beyond”.

    D) Randomer (feat. REDS) “Autonomy” (click for audio)
    Last but by no means least, Randomer draws “New Blood” to a deep conclusion with industrial tremors. “Autonomy” boasts the sort of suspense filled intro Hitchcock would be proud of; this one is moody, downright dirty, and boasts a splattering of thinking man’s wobble.

    Set to drop in March, keep your ears and eyes on the Med School website and MySpace page for the latest updates as Med School seeks to educate even the most discerning drum and bass heads with new producers pushing the boundaries of the genre. Don't forget you can read biogs of all Med School artists on out website...
    www.medschoolmusic.com


    Med School @ Fabric

    Can we take this opportunity to thank all of you who made it down to Fabric on Jan 4th. For those of you who weren’t there, Med School ventured out of the surgery into club land for the very first time and smashed Room 3. Big sets from Fracture & Neptune and Martsman!! Check out the photos here…
    http://www.dogsonacid.com/showthrea...threadid=548481


    Med School on Facebook

    Don’t forget to hit us up on Facebook, Med School and Martsman have artist profiles which you can view without logging in…
    Med School Facebook here
    Martsman Facebook here


    Keep it locked to Med School for more rough beats coming soon in 2008!! Big things!!