A brand new Addision Groove DJ mix. Spells out to: We’re in for almost 2 hours of bass-heavy goodness from one of Bristol’s finest. “It’s a bit of an epic one for these epic times we are living in”, he says in the complimentary interview over at Ilian Tape.
Bristolian legends Pinch and Addison Groove teamed up to create their own blend of mezcal, aged in Islay malt whisky casks for an extra smoky finish. Sounds like it’s worth having a shot.
Wonderfully light and summery Dub Techno tunes in this first episode of the Navy Cut podcast, mixed by Pugilist.
Strictly quality stuff: Addision Groove delivers 36 minutes of uplifiting Footwork, Bass and Jungle goodness.
Speaking loosely, Hodge’s music fits into that middle-ground between Dubstep’s weight and Techno’s fluidity that Bristol producers have a knack for doing so well. That’s what FACT mag says about its latest mix, and that’s a very accurate description of what you get to hear. Raw, bass-heavy and wonderfully tripped-out, yet with an uplifting twist.…
Pinch’s new DJ mix for XLR8R is nothing for the faint-hearted. The head honcho of Tectonic and Cold Recordings delivers a fairly abstract collage of rhythm and sound that has a raw, delirious, industrial vibe to it, and that seems to be made for a big sound system. U.K. Bass driven sound at it’s best!
Heavily dope and jazzy Footwork mix by Bristol’s finest Addison Groove.