When it comes to legendary labels, there aren’t many that have stood the test of time as much as the legendary Circus, a project birthed by Flux Pavilion during the height of dubstep’s UK empire, boasting arguably one of the most popular catalogues of any UK imprint at that time specifically.
Despite the wane in popularity of the more tear out dubstep sounds that Circus was so closely associated with, the label has remained extremely active, branching out from just 140 music specifically and now looking towards a new breed of bass music producers to carry them forward into this new era.
For this latest drop they introduce the combined sounds of both Dr Meaker and the wonderful Lorna King for a sumptuous original creation entitled ‘You & I’, however, we are here specifically to discuss a particular remix that has managed to find its way onto the project. Enter: Hot Goods.
The Brighton based producer has been kicking up quite the storm of late, with heavyweight releases recovering super positive reactions on the likes of Bingo Bass, Punks and more. This offering shows us all exactly what he is about as he gets to work on rethinking an already fantastic original design.
He reworks one of the vocal lines into a euphoric repeating pattern as we speed toward a breakdown, which we hit with the force of a tsunami as waves of crunchy bass grooves come into the picture, taking a Matrix type feel. When this is combined with minimalist yet punchy drum arrangements and some seriously weighty bass arrangements, we sure are in for one hell of a treat.
You can check out the official premiere of this one via the 3000 Blog SoundCloud page below: