There is consistency, and then there is White Peach Records, to put it plainly and simply. Over the years here at threethousand.co.uk, we have made continuted effort to showcase and discuss music from across the elctronic and underground spectrums, with that covering everything from bass to breaks to dubstep to garage and everything that happens to nestle in-between. When it comes to 140BPM based music, there are a few labels we trust to always supply us with the goodies, with White Peach sitting quite comfortably atop that list.
Their release run has been nothing short of outstanding, with founder and label manager Zha proving to be one of the most on point A&R’s out there right now. Today we are taking a peek at their latest release, following on from an exclusive interview we held with Zha a short while ago regarding their new distribution network which saw artists recieve 100% of profits. This is why are always excited to see news from the label, because they clearly have their intentions correctly placed whilst also supplying the scene with explosive dubstep and grime drops left, right and centre.
This time around they have enlisted the powerful sounds of Bristol based producer: Rygby, who is on a pretty killer run of his own at the moment, following on from top quality drops with the likes of Encyrpted Audio and 26 Rain. This is EP is a fabulous showcasing of his versatility however, as we kick off with ‘Ukksbrijj’, a sweeping exploration through experimental soundscaping and 140 textures, followed by the shuffling electronic percussion lines and glitchy plucks of ‘Mannulus’. Third on the list comes the unpredictable melodic switch ups and aquatic sound design of ‘Infection Point’, before the major-scaled moogy roles of ‘Man Hunni’ add a final dash of differentiation to the release.
It’s a vibrant selection, showcasing White Peach’s more experimental side, but boy does it hit home!
You can check out the full EP preview below: