Mr. Explicit - Fear No Distance / Fade - Guerrilla Radio [Grindhou5e]

Founded last year by Canadian-based producer, NC-17, Grindhou5e Audio is already on course to be one of the grittiest and darkest tech labels in Drum and Bass. Grindhou5e kicked thing off last year with two remixes of NC-17 tracks from Division artists, The Upbeats, as well as Viper superstar Smooth. Hitting clubs across the globe with two varied reworking’s NC-17’s ‘Slug Path’; Grindhou5e is now set to debut two original tracks from rising producers with the massive ‘Fear No Distance’, backed with ‘Guerrilla Radio’.

Having been picked up by the legendary Ray Keith for his imprint Dread Recordings, Mr. Explicit has also had releases on the mighty V Recordings, Titan Records, and Program. Already stirring up the scene, with Bailey rinsing ‘Fear No Distance’ last year on his BBC 1Xtra show, saying the London based producer makes “the best basslines in Drum and Bass”, Mr. Explicit has already gained support from the DJ’s such as Andy C, Matrix, Optiv, Ed Rush, Friction, Crissy Criss, and Grooverider.

A rising producer based out the Ukraine, Fade’s talent has quickly been recognized by Drum and Bass’s most respected heads. With a back catalogue on legendary labels such as Renegade Hardware and Symmetry, as well as Ram’s Program offshoot, it’s no surprise young producer has already gained support from the likes of Ed Rush & Optical, Friction, Fierce, Trace, and Break.

Mr. Explicit – Fear No Distance
After an introduction packed with atmosphere, ‘Fear No Distance’ rolls out the dark vibes. Featuring yet another of Mr. Explicit’s famous basslines, ‘Fear No Distance’ stomps forward with hard hitting drums and foreboding stabs. Combining dark pads and an unrelenting, reverbed bassline, this is another haunting banger which Grindhou5e is becoming known for.

Fade – Guerrilla Radio
Beginning with spliced amens and ravey pads, ‘Guerrilla Radio’ transformers into an ominous, dark roller. An old school reese base takes centre stage, whilst intricate drum edits and manic synths add to the uneasy tone. Harking back to the filthy days of Bad Company style tech-beats and combing it with another classic Fade bassline, the grim sounds of ‘Guerrilla Radio’ are already slaying DJ sets.

Grindhou5e Audio:
‘Fear No Distance’/ ‘Guerrilla Radio’
A. Mr. Explicit – Fear No Distance
AA. Fade – Guerrilla Radio

Label: Grindhou5e Audio
Cat # GRD5002
Format: 12” Vinyl & Download
Vinyl: 18th March 2013
Beatport Exclusive: 15th April 2013
Full Release: 29th April 2013

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