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Sabre & Jacko join forces for a fiery CruCast drop

Over the now many of years of dominance from UK bass music as one of the UK’s most popular musical outlets, we have seen a bag of different imprints rise and fall to the top and bottom of the UK underground tree, each adding new things to table during their time. However, one label that we can safely say have yet to even look like beginning to descend is CruCast, without a doubt the project that houses the most high profile names and holds the most explosive UK bass catalogue within their archives. Through a combination of explosive release campaigns and high profile festival appearances, they have stamped their undeniable authority across a scene that continues to grow in both popularity and quality, week in, week out.

Sabre
Sabre

One of the best things about the CruCast approach is that they never rest on their successes, they are constantly looking to bring new faces into the fold to join their already top-quality roster of artists, which already boasts the likes of Skepsis, Darkzy, Bru-C, Cajama and more. Today, we are looking at the latest single from two exciting new recruits, who are no strangers to us here at The 3000 Network, having previously released a bag of bangers via the 3000 Bass imprint for your collective enjoyment.

Jacko
Jacko

We therefore see Sabre & Jacko join forces for a fiery new collaborative effort by the name of ‘Don’t Wait’, which most certainly combines their bass heavy talents into an absolute thumper, a weapon that DJ’s across the country will be looking to stash for their first booking back after the ending of lockdown. The track itself is a fantastic display of bulbous bass designs, crispy drum processing and a big-room energy which is just built for the return of the raves, even with those haunted 2-step bridges that appear out of nowhere! These two have a collaborative style that is bursting with originality, that definitely seems to fit like lock and key and we definitely think it’s a link up we should see more of as the world returns to state of somewhat-normality.

You can check out the track in full via the link below:

 

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