Label The Mighty - Crash Course Records - OUT MONDAY

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    The Mighty - Crash Course Records - OUT MONDAY
    Press Release
    Released: 10th Sept 2012!

    TC - “5/5 Oh Gosh!!!”
    June Miller - “Good Production!”
    No Money - “I’m impressed with Dynamics, defo looking forward to more tunes from these producers”
    Crissy Criss - “HARD”

    DJ Support for this release includes:
    Crissy Criss, Black Sun Empire, June Miller, TC, Basher, AMC, No Money, Drumsound, Optiv, Treo, Muffler, Cabbie, AK1200, Ruffstuff and many more

    Crash Course Recordings are proud to bring the mighty Hell/1962 by Dynamics, 2 producers who certainly live up to their name with these fast paced rollers! This will be the second release on Crash Course Recordings and follows on from their debut and seminal release from outstanding newcomer Savage Rehab who soared straight to the top of the sales charts and was greatly received from all areas of the genre.

    First up on this magnificent double A side is the satanic offering, Hell which opens with a swinging kick beat that is sporadically broken with relaxed and stripped back layers of samples. The build up in the track is hauntingly beautiful and emits and ominous feel to it. With a title like Hell, you can expect that this calm won’t last for long before the track leaps into a dirty mixture of flame hot bass. The devilish drums carry this track to the next level and the samples of a mad demonic laugh and screaming women further add to the dark nature of the track. Despite being released during the Summer, Hell is certainly going to be a chart topper by the time Halloween comes about!

    On the flip is the delightfully retro 1962 and has a vintage like feel to it by including old film samples taken from around the time. Quoting ‘american civilians have become adjusted to living daily in the bulls eye of Soviet missiles’ alluding to the Cold War which was at its peak during 1962. This track is dark and techy but compliments Hell perfectly as they both point towards a gloomy side of Drum and Bass.

    With quality production like this, you’d be a fool to miss out on the compelling dance floor smashers Hell/1962 by Dynamics, released exclusively on Crash Course Recordings.

    1: Dynamics - Hell
    2. Dynamics - 1962