Outcast EP (Mainframe Recordings)

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  1. Mainframe Recs

    Mainframe Recs www.mainframe.co.at

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    Hey DNBforum crew, we're back with our first release of 2011. Clips and details below. Cheers!

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    VARIOUS ARTISTS
    OUTCAST EP
    MAINFRAME RECORDINGS
    Cat: MFR002EP
    Released: 4th February 2011
    Available on Vinyl & Digital Download

    A. Fred V & Grafix – One Of These Days
    B. Heist & Haddow – Inner Being
    C. The Prototypes - Outcast
    D. BTK & Resound – No Mess


    Continuing into 2011 the way they left off 2010, Mainframe have yet another
    huge drum & bass rollercoaster of a release to unleash in the form of the
    ‘Outcast’ EP. Four heavy-hitting tracks from some of the scene’s finest producers
    are what await eager listeners on this one.



    First up Fred V & Grafix give you an early taste of summer with some choice
    liquid flavours. Smooth sampling and open, inviting beats are balanced with a
    bassline so warm you could lay out a picnic blanket and bask in it.



    Heist takes a break from engineering for D&B legend (and star of just about any
    reality TV show going, we still love you, Clifford…) Goldie and instead teams up
    with close friend Haddow for some stonking dancefloor business. Easing you in
    with Metalheadz style vibes and then flipping the track on its head for the drop.
    Deadly!



    The Prototypes follow up their Radio 1 anthem ‘Cascade’ by dropping another
    immense track for Mainframe. ‘Outcast’ is a little rougher round the edges than
    their previous radio-friendly piece, but undeniably strong on the dancefloor.
    Trademark tight beats marry with spaceship alert signal bass to create a huge
    slice of D&B.



    Finishing things off in style, Brazilian BTK links up with Resound for ‘No Mess’, a
    track packed with intense machine paranoia. Synthetic bleeps and whirls roll
    round and round while breathy spoken word vocals set the tone for a deeply
    disturbing ride.

    This is yet another unmissable release from Mainframe, a label set to achieve
    even more this year than they did in 2010.

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  2. Ozmatic

    Ozmatic Chair of the Nitty Gritty Committee

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    Big EP, feeling inner being!
     
  3. Tim Viper Recs

    Tim Viper Recs Viper Recordings

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    Big EP. Prototypes tune is killing it!
     
  4. ThisIsDrumNBass

    ThisIsDrumNBass http://www.youtube.com/us

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    ABSOLUTELY LOVIN THESE TWO FROM THAT EP, BOUGHT IT THE DAY IT CAME OUT



     
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  5. wingz

    wingz everyones fav austrian

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    not that amazed, prototypes tune is okay, that heist tune is not one of my kind, BTK can do better and that fred v/grafix stuff sounds all the same imo
     
  6. bull3tpr00f

    bull3tpr00f Active Member

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    woah awesome !!
     
  7. Multeeplex

    Multeeplex very drunken

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    that ep isn't that great imo. would expect a lot more from mainframe