The platform of 3000 was founded with the original intention of supplying a platform for underground bass music to flourish, be the through glistening label projects or artist led initiatives. We have therefore followed the progress of the rapidly rising Low End Records imprint since their formation and are therefore super excited to see just how far they have come as a label project.
They now boast a pretty hefty catalogue for their first nine releases, holding original creations and remixes in the bag from the likes of Luke Randall, Spectrum, MPH and Hoda, the first four names that jump out you for their notable emergence across 2019. The label was originally founded by Birmingham based producer: Wayv D, who has done extremely well to create such a notable and recognisable brand in such a short space of time.
It just so happens also that this latest drop from them see’s their label founder return to business as he gears up for two original creations, showcasing that he isn’t just the brains behind the label operation, but also a creditable producer alongside.
These two tracks boast quite unique traits as bassline originals, the first of which takes the name of ‘Sanguine’. If you were to define this one quickly, you would call it a classic bassline anthem, a track build for the big rooms and festival stages, working from an originally drumless drop into a high energy 4×4 roller, driven by exciting bass synths and colourful instrumentation.
On the flip side we are joined by the additional vocal stylings of Papirus, who joins the fun on ‘Fresh’. This one takes a breathy introduction and steers it towards a more modernised take on bass music, with minimalist melodies leading the way allowing space for the sharp drum grooves to manoeuvre between vocal injections and synth sliders.