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Hadean launches another bass barage with his official remix of Pelikann’s ‘Enzyme’ [Exclusive Early Listen]

Posted 7/2/19 in

In our opinion, the long standing labels that have constantly provided the scene with top draw music deserve praise above all others, as consistency within a constantly altering musical landscape is one of the most difficult thing to maintain. At 3000 we really try to keep an eye on those who have been putting the work in, which is what makes this article so enjoyable for us.

A label that needs no introduction in regards to consistency is Leeds City’s own In:Flux Audio, who have recently celebrating their 5th year of label life, providing a release platform for some of the most popular artists in the scene today. They celebrated this landmark occasion with a fantastic release, the likes of which we previously featured here on the site.

Primarily focussing on bassline and experimental UKG, the label has become synonymous with originality, with artists such as Mattik, Nekst and J Kong all getting involved with recent projects, along with compilation appearances from the likes of Pavv, J69, Sekt-87, Hamdi, Dr Oscillator and more.

The reason we take a look at In:Flux Audio today is to have present you guys with an exclusive early listen into their latest project, which if we do say so ourselves is an absolute gem. The original recording project for Pelikann’s  ‘Enzyme’ EP was in fact released as a free download as part of the ‘In:Flux Free Dubstep Volume. 1’ project, which helped push the label into a whole new realm.

This new remix edition of the project features three recreations, including a drastic VIP overhaul from Pelikann himself, along with a mucky 4×4 rework from Tik&Borrow and an additional original piece of Funky fire from Pelikann again entitled ‘Shaolin’.

We are here however to present you with the official early listen of Brighton based bass wiz Hadean and his forward thinking recreation of the track. This one is certainly one to duppy the dance as Hadean reploys legions of gritty bass distortions to the front line, marching in violent syncronisation with some hard hitting drum work and demonic melodic structures.

This is definitely one to look forward to and it becomes available to purchase from Febuary the 25th.

You can check out our exclusive early upload EXCLUSIVELY below:

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Words: KXVU

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