As bass music grows and it’s vast fields array of producers continues to multiply, from time to time we get to see a project that really puts a smile on our face. That is exactly happened when we stumbled across the multifaceted young masterpiece that goes by the name ‘Incursion Recordings’.
At the end of the day, setting up a record label these days is easy, hence why so many new labels are popping up, especially within the parameters of bass music. However, there was something about these guys that really caught our eye, be it their uniquely slick style of branding or just sheer quality of releases available to purchase and stream already.
The label itself is run between three cities, with Lincoln’s TVU, Leeds City’s Ryan Gallus and Liverpool’s own Zero Trash & Lowkey. The team being from such a varied selection of locations must be a factor in the label’s diversity, as they showcase a range of forward thinking D&B and futuristic bass recordings, perfect for any UK DJ to fill their plates with.
Today, we have the fantastic opportunity to help the Incursion crew continue to showcase what they are all about with this fantastic remix from Lijah, who gets super busy with a monumental fix up of ‘Bujuu’, the original of which comes to us from label honcho’s Zero Trash and Lowkey.
Overall, this one is a fantastic rework, as Lijah rethinks the tune entirely, bringing an array of colourful, almost cartoon like synthesizers to the front of the mix, layered over super crunchy drum designs and a classic garage vocal sample circulating in the background. We couldn’t be happier to have this one up exclusively on the 3000 Blog SoundCloud, which you can check out below: