Drum & Bass TURBINE MUSIC 001 OUT NOW - feat: Acid Lab / Antagonist / Fullarity / H.Shiratori

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A brand new label for 2013, Turbine Music aims to focus on the more experimental side of drum & bass, launching with
Various Artists - The Rotate EP


Turbine Music presents
Various Artists – The Turbine EP
Release date: Mon 18th Feb 2013
Cat no: turb001


Tracklist:
a: Acid Lab - Hybrid
b: Antagonist - Deimos
c: Fullarity - Machine
d: H. Shiratori - Saturday Night Msystery


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VARIOUS ARTISTS - THE ROTATE EP - TURBINE MUSIC
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Dust Audio launch its new Sub Label, Turbine Music.
Turbine Music aims to be a platform to push newer artists that aren’t necessarily
Looking to rock the dancefloors of every A-List dj, this gives them the space to be experimental within their own style of dnb without conforming to the usual throw away music that appears week in week out.
The first EP – The Rotate EP brings about it a certain swagger that has us really excited about the formulation of the label.
Where it can go is anyone’s guess.

Kicking off the EP is Acid Lab straight out of Germany with Hybrid, and with that he brings a cold industrial stepping tune that hits hard, a tune that could have been around 15 years ago but still sounds or so fresh today.
Antagonist from Manchester, UK gets his debut release under his belt and we felt Turbine was the place for him to do it.
Deimos opening with a doom like presence, the atmosphere has been set for the hefty kick to welcome the droning bass, lots going on from this talented artist who isn’t afraid to think out of the box, watch out for more from him at Turbine Music.
Fullarity from Poland opens his account at Turbine Music, with the aptly named Maschine. A post apocalyptic opening slowly builds into a drop of robotic funk with a brooding filtered reece doing the damage, A fine tune.
H.Shiratori from Japan brings Saturday Night Mystery, an opening that has a certain source direct feel with its sinister string.
The Kick is welcomed alongside a thumping 808 bass, alongside tight percussion and subtle switch ups. A another find from the far away lands of Japan, we cannot wait with what he will drop on us next.



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