Pennygiles - I'm Sorry EP (ft Phil Tangent, Ed:it, Sevin)

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  1. TheNitwits

    TheNitwits Well-Known Member VIP Junglist

    Jan 9, 2012
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    listen :

    Integral catalogue number 28 sees four future producers come together for a top shelf release packed with diversity and flavour, showcasing the industry’s finest nu-skool drum & bass talent.
    We welcome Pennygiles to the camp for his debut 12 for the label, alongside studio pals Phil Tangent, Sevin and
    Opening the release in style, Pennygiles and Sevin team up with a massive soulful summer anthem titled I’m Sorry’. Dancefloor magic at liquid funk’s finest, this huge musical groove filters epic musicality through strings, horns and comes complete with big classic vocal.
    After Phil Tangent’s recent and much acclaimed EP for Integral, the beautiful Lyra’ sees a sublime follow up, the duo
    explores euphoric vibes digging deep. With an ethereal soundscape and elusive reece bassline, this musical tour de force also features a haunting vocal that captures and draws you closer.
    Wrapping up this incredible release, and Pennygiles come together for the wickedly funk-fuelled Know A Lie’. This is current dancefloor business jamming with attitude, with a nu-skool twist on the techy sound bringing that extra special edge. A stomping head-nodder destined to keep you moving and shaking ’til dawn.
    Already receiving heavy support exclusively from tastemakers Ivy Lab, Artificial Intelligence, Lenzman, Friction, Total Science and DJ Marky to name but a few, the amazing talent showcase of Integral 28 is not to be missed.
    Release Date: 31 July 2015
    Catalogue Number: INT028
    Label: Integral Records
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  2. TR-808

    TR-808 New Member

    Nov 29, 2014
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    sick news. dunno how much of an input he had on it but the tune he was featured on for the hospitality 2015 comp ("wake up") was really, really nice. looking forward to this, integral tends not to disappoint