It’s another Friday, which means off course we are looking around the stores to keep up to date with the latest releases that are gracing the shelves of JunoDownload, Beatport, Spotify and everything in-between. Today are taking a peek at a tasty new number from the Primitive UK camp, a label project that has seen a very exciting 2019 bear a tonne of fruit, with a very solid catalogue of EP’s and singles leaving their arsenal over the last 12 months.
They here have employed the skills and talents of Jay Wall, a Bruges based bassline up and comer who has been stirring up quite a solid line of support from his HQ in Belgium. The majority of his support has come through a top notch selection of unofficial refix projects, seeing him redesign originals from huge North American artists such as Drake, Kanye West and Lil Pump.
This latest project however sees him dive into a storming original, which the team at Primitive have seemingly taken on with open arms. The track itself runs with the name ‘Take Off’, a fitting title for a real rocket of a riddim. We begin our listening with a spacey, more euphoric structure, focussing on uplifting synths and a string of robotic, intercom vocals, before we dive towards one hell of a breakdown.
When we get there, we are greeted by a blend of niche melodies and new school sound design as the lead synth runs riot which a raucous texture and wavy feel over hard hitting drum smashes and a heavily reverberated structure, making this one a must have for the big room dances. This is a pretty clever signing from the Primitive team and we are very keen to see what both parties continue to offer as we move into the new year.
You can check out the track below: