Stan SB - Anybody Out There EP [Subsphere]

One of the most exciting labels to emerge in the last few years, Subsphere Records has quickly become synonymous with rolling, melodic Drum and Bass. A byword for the very best Liquid has to offer, ever since its creation in 2011 by Moleman, Subsphere has become renowned as a premium outlet for expertly crafted, atmospheric bass music. With a catalogue of five stellar releases to date, the fledgling imprint has catapulted itself into prominence, with huge tracks such as Feint’s ‘Horizon’s (feat. Veela)’ (also remixed by Stan SB) racking up over half a million views on YouTube, as well as taking the #1 spot on the Beatport Drum & Bass chart and #2 on Beatport’s Top 100.

Now, after making a name for himself with dozens of tracks on Liquicity’s YouTube channel, Stan SB releases his debut EP. One of a select number of producers to do vocals as well as production, 19 year old Stan SB has already set himself apart as a new breed of electronic artist. Able to mesh his own voice with first class production over multiple genres, the young producer has attracted huge online support across the globe with over 4 million combined video views on YouTube for his various tracks. Featuring six tracks of varying tempos and genres, the ‘Anyone Out There EP’ is a stunning debut release from a producer and label determined to make an impression.

‘Dead’ [Drum & Bass]
Beginning with an instantly recognizable sing-along vocal courtesy of Stan SB himself, ‘Dead’ grabs your attention from the get-go. After an infectious melody takes hold, ‘Dead’ sparks into a life, transforming into a Drum and Bass roller with a complex blend of floating melodies, rousing choruses and stunning vocals.

‘Flat Foot Face’ [Drumstep]
After another intricate introduction packed with subtle synths and a stand out vocal, ‘Flat Foot Face’ hits hard. A pounding Drumstep number, Stan SB changes the pace with a soaring synths and punchy drums. With subtle verses sung by the young producer and a sing-along chorus, ‘Flat Foot Face’ will have the crowd moving in unison.

‘The Process’ [Glitch]
Featuring slick synths and a glitchy groove, ‘The Process’ sees the 19 year old explore yet another genre. Adapting his vocal style to fit the bouncing groove and churning synths, Stan SB shows his versatility. Boasting a glitchy start and Drum and Bass end, ‘The Process’ shows Stan SB’s confidence in music, regardless of genre.

‘Anyone Out There’ [Drum & Bass]
Beginning with another Stan SB vocal, ‘Anyone Out There’ quickly transforms into an anthemic roller. Featuring an infectious synth stab-melody and sumptuous bass along with unique vocals, ‘Anyone Out There’ has all the parts of needed for a track that is designed for the rave.

‘We’re Alive’ [Dubstep]
This time showcasing his skills at 140bpm, the 19 year old producer/vocalist shows another side to his production style. Combining defiant vocals with hard-edged synths, ‘We’re Alive’ is another seamless combination of man and machine working in unison – and the result is a gritty, yet melodic Dubstep track.

‘Stratosphere’ [Drumstep/Drum & Bass]
Offering no let up, ‘Stratosphere’ ends Stan SB’s stunning debut release. Packing in all the groove and funk of Drumstep and DnB with soaring melodies and soulful vocals, ‘Stratosphere’ is the perfect hybrid between dancefloor energy and delicate musicality.

**Available as a free release from Subsphere Records website as of 28th December 2012:**

Stan SB - ‘Anyone Out There EP’
1. Dead
2. Flat Foot Face
3. The Process
4. Anyone Out There
5. We’re Alive
6. Stratosphere

Label: Subsphere Records
Cat #: SUBS006
Genre: Drum & Bass, Glitch, Dubstep
Free Release: 28th Dec. 2012
Full Release: 13th Jan. 2013

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