Freestyle Recordings[FSR]02+03: UFO!+Omcreator,D-struct,R&D *IN STORES NOW*

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    Freestyle Recordings[FSR]02+03: UFO!+Omcreator,D-struct,R&D *IN STORES NOW*

    FSR1202 Research & Development-social identity crisis // shogun
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    http://www.juno.co.uk/ppps/products/190712-01.htm

    x: starting out as an alias for FSR label head zack b aka sz0n1ck & co-producer david “squarewave” lebouf,
    Research & Development went on to include collaborations with 2 additional producers, dallas-based
    production team adroit and falumi.Exemplary of this 4 man assault is the upgrade in sound and atmosphere in
    “Social Identity Crisis”, an anti-anthem of the highest order, which has been widely supported with
    extensive promo exposure in mixsets around the globe. unforgettable sci-fi samples and dynamic ambiences give
    way to mechanical, unforgiving beats & bass. offering a more streamlined, harder hitting approach, this tune
    is a sure-fire favorite for a new breed of junglist, while staying rooted in the dancefloor mechanics of
    classic techstep. the result is epic floor material which takes the listener thru soundcape upon soundscape,
    solidifying the FSR ethos that straying from ordainary formulas can yield extraordainary and exceptional
    results.

    y: having earned enough techstep respect to flex some experimental muscle, production team Research
    & Development set out to create “Shogun”. with its rich atmospherics setting the stage for never-ending
    variations on classic dancefloor dynamics, the tune solidifies R&D’s signature sound design and arrangement
    techniques. larger-than-life beats topple against raging hoover bass antics. this is the “amen” stormer
    redefined and re-thought, ever escalating and careening from one twisted incarnation to the next. a dynamic,
    turbulent ride for any dancefloor, and a journey of the mind for all listeners.

    FSR1203 UFO! + Omcreator-brooklyn rat count // D-struct- Carnivore
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    http://www.juno.co.uk/ppps/products/190714-01.htm

    x: this collaborative effort originally conceived as an experiment by legendary north american drum &
    bass producer, ed garro, aka "UFO!", saw a shift in its course when FSR team member dominic monistere aka
    "omcreator" stepped up to the mix.the end result is a highly experimental roller, full of gritty textures,
    deep drifting bass tones, house-inspired pads, and crisp drumwork. it is nothing short of a new breed of tech
    d&b, mixing the room-filling vibes of the early days with the mental soundscapes of the future, all while
    maintaining the momentum and complexity that have become stylistic trademarks of FSR. having seen extensive
    rounds on promo with select dj’s around the world, it has already withstood the test of time and will most
    certainly continue to. dancefloors across the planet agree that this tune is a proper musical experience to
    be had.

    y: john arronson aka “d-struct” exploded onto the scene as a member of the well-respected ROBOT DEATH
    SQUAD. soon after having his work see exposure among some of the industy’s finest, he graces the FSR catalog
    with his powerful deathmarch, "carnivore". carnivore continues the FSR tradition of mentally captivating
    sound design, recieving rave reviews and many attempts at imitation by other producers. the attractive
    element here is not to be mistaken - grinding, sawing bass almost resembling the growls of a preadator, and
    mechanical, menacing drums that will beat down the hardest heads out there. after being played on all
    corners of the globe on extensive promo with brooklyn rat count, its agreed this piece of work is a
    compliment to listeners indeed, and a perfect companion to its A-side.

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