Release Date: mid-August 2018, TBC
A1. AGRIPPA - U C ME
Stripped-back, low-passed roller.
A2. HENRY GREENLEAF - IN SAME
Swung and spaced out.
B1. META - FAULT LINE
Having slid into the scene’s DMs late 2015, Agrippa has recently began impressing fans across the UK dance spectrum. His direct, bassweight brand of perc-driven post-dubstep wonkiness has garnered support from artists ranging from Loefah to Lena Willikens. His large portfolio of unreleased, club-focussed rollers, are known to many keen-eared listeners to Rinse FM and NTS. However, with his long-awaited debut 12” released in April on Berlin-based Version, and a bunch of releases scheduled for later in the year, he stands poised to deliver on his undoubted potential. 2018 also sees the launch of his label, Par Avion, alongside promising prospects Meta and Henry Greenleaf.
Henry Greenleaf is an artist of all descriptions, operating out of Bristol. His signature sound design shines through in his vast array of techno, dubstep, footwork and jungle productions, and launches you into a freezing void. Don’t worry, his fractured visuals will pull you right back down. Regardless of medium, genre, tempo, time signature or scene, his creations force you to take notice.
London-based Meta apply jungle/grime/dubstep colours to stoic, eyes-down techno. The duo first garnered attention as notorious closing DJs for infamous arena rave, Boomslang. However, after years spent away in the studio, their battered and belligerent take on grime/techno has emerged as a mysterious presence among many DJs’ secret weapons.
Stream clips here