By day, Alex & Nick from Bila Tserkva, Ukraine. By night, Agressor Bunx, one of the most sought-after duos in the neuro and tech worlds.
Recently releasing on Program, Bad Taste, and others, the duo also have forthcoming tracks on the RAMsterdam compilation and Blackout. Now though, they are dropping the Gravity EP on Logam’s Santoku imprint. The label, populated by Mayhem, Jade, Trei, Hooves, Wreckage Machinery and more, represents a range of sounds from across drum & bass, dubstep and beyond.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Optiv & BTK, Jade, Black Sun Empire, and State of Mind, Agressor Bunx have already secured support for their music from Noisia. This success is set to continue with the release of the Gravity EP.
Leading off is Drop The Bass, a space-age wonder of a tune. Deep, electronic and futuristic in the opening, this track soon leads into a smasher of a main section, where the duo show off all of their skills with slinky, sliding synths over chopped up percussion and some mean low end. Get ready to move to this one, a perfect start to the EP.
The title track echoes the ethos of Drop The Bass, exploring more funky systems, this time with a half-time beat and plenty of aggression and attitude. Throw out your preconceptions, this one is too huge to ignore.
Contact the Terror Force for the third track, where a stuttering intro kicks up to an all-out auditory assault, cast down upon your ears from on high. Taking the sum of the tune’s parts and going far, far into the future, the Agressor boys really turn on the motors with this one. Smooth, running beats are contrasted with eerie, creepy backdrops which bring to mind BSE, Noisia and classic Hard Leaders sounds.
Like That closes things out, wrapping things up nicely with an exploding power and direction which’ll help the Gravity EP stand out from the rest.
released November 2, 2015
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