The depth and vastness of the UKG scene’s reaches in 2022 is prety astounding if we are being honest, with the full breadth of both UK-centric and global releases continuing to impress, moving numerous different underground label imprints into the forefront and constantly keeping the fans of the sound on their toes. Today we are going to be looking at one of the most consistent projects to rise up out of the post-lockdown period here in the UK, as The Wub Club continue their refreshing run of releases with a spicy new two tracker, this time welcoming the sounds of Kyogre inside to show the world what he’s got in the bag.
As one of the most exciting international imports to the label so far, Kyogre has had an interesting career in electronic music so far, exploring numerous different avenues and finding himself swinging between bass, garage and 4×4 vibes on a regular basis. Having previously nothced up drops on UK heavyweights such as Garage Shared, Chip Butty Records, YosH and even ourselves here at 3000 Bass, it’s safe to say that the reach and versatility is as wide as they come. This new two-track display is a perfect example of that in motion as we dive into a UKG roller and a more driven design.
Kicking off then with the garage-inspired flavour, ‘Know My Name’ comes rushing out the gate with a serious level of vim, mashing together shuffling drum slaps, moogy reese textures, high pitched vocal chops and a bouncy collection of drum sounds, all culminating in some serious rave flavour, perfect for upping the energy in the dance. The flip shows us what happens next as a slightly slower, yet even more potent display of bass LFO’s and drum crunches are ushered forth on ‘Right About Know’, upping the intesity and causing moshes wherever it will be heard.
You can check out both of these storming originals via the JunoDownload link below: