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3000 Selection – October 2019

Posted 7/11/19 in

It has been a busy month for all involved at the Threethousand Network, with some mammoth album drops, incredible new EP’s and singles alongside some incredible live shows and radio appearances. We have taken the time out to list what we believe to be the five strongest releases of the previous month, which you can check out below:

Bushbaby – All Alone

All Alone is a brand new direction for Brighton based Bushbaby (gotta love some alliteration), and here at 3000 we’re absolutely loving it. Bushbaby lends his signature crisp production over to a bouncing tech house track, flexing his versatility and solidly cementing he’s not just a one trick bassline pony. We look forward to hearing where he goes next with this new sound.
My Nu Leng – Spaced

The first teaser from their upcoming EP, Spaced is an excellent summation of the sound My Nu Leng have been championing up and down the country’s festivals all summer long. Sparking throwbacks to a rave era most of us were never part of is impressive to say the least, yet here we are. From what snippets we’ve heard so far, we can expect a lot more ravey goodness from the Bristol duo – bring on the EP!

MPH – Missy

On a completely different energy to the other tracks in the list, MPH’s ‘Missy’ is the high energy remix we never knew we needed of ‘Get Ur Freak On’. Personally this is my favourite kind of bassline bootleg, taking the recognisable elements of a popular tune, and using them to make it completely your own. MPH has clearly excelled in this, and we look forward to his next release!

Retrospect – Champion

Taking a much grimier turn, Retrospect have blessed us with this excellent grime/funky/bass crossover. Hard hitting vocals, complimented perfectly by that thick and dirty bass patch, and crisp percs. Sure to shell down any dance, we’re looking forward to hearing this one out and about!

Deadmau5 – Monophobia (Axel Boy bootleg)

Axel Boy brings a very welcome bassy twist to Deadmau5’s anthem ‘Monophobia’. Axel Boy wisely utilises the slow atmospheric build of the original, adding subtle elements to sculpt a magnificent crescendo. The drop tears through your speakers, and is a fantastic example of a genre-switching refix/edit done right.

You can check out the official playlist for this month’s 3000 Selection below: 

Words: Pundit

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