Various ‎– New Moon EP

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Next Phase Records NL ‎– NPRLP001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition
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A1 Phuture-T Perpetual Motion
Written-By, Producer – T. van Zeytveld*
A2 Double O (4) Poor Man Style
Written-By, Producer – D. Henry*
B1 Infest (3) & Tim Reaper Shifted Feelings
Written-By, Producer – E. Alloh*, R. Peperkamp*
B2 Leonux 94
Written-By, Producer – L.P. Switzer

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Copyright 2016 Next Phase Records, the Netherlands

Limited edition of 300 copies worldwide.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, stamped): 16503 1A NPRLP001
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, etched): BREAKBEAT DRIVEN MUSIC UNRESTRICTED BY BPM. BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, stamped): 16503 1B NPRLP001
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, etched): BEAU @ TEN EIGHT SEVEN

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Old_Boy

Old_Boy

December 9, 2016

Massive first vinyl release from next Phase. An EP for everyone. The might of new-era jungle from Phuture-T, Break-beat manipulation from Double O, smooth atmospheric vibes form Tim and Infest and finishing off with some chilled out beats and effects from Leonux. Highly recommemnded
infest

infest

September 9, 2016
About this release:
The New Moon EP is the debut vinyl release from Next Phase Records. It follows in the same tradition as their previous CD and cassette compilations delivering diverse break beat driven music supplied in bespoke hand crafted artwork.

New Moon consists of four alternate takes on the drum and bass artform unrestricted by BPM.

Perpetual Motion alternates between intricate drumfunk and distorted amens. Seamlessly switching from ambient fx to jungle sirens and classic drum stabs the end result is an unpredictable melting pot of contrasting drum and bass styles.

Poor Man is a gloriously deep blend of traditional dub reggae and modern bass music. Double O disregards the traditional DnB BPM creating something that is unmistakably jungle whilst managing to sound nothing like it. Modern London fusion.

Shifted Feelings is a contemporary take on early nineties “intelligent” drum and bass. Sophisticated drum edits, soul searching female vocals and a sublime Foul Play style transition combine to create the perfect track to overcome the stresses of daily life.

94 reflects on a time when Reinforced and Metalheadz were busy forging the cornerstones of jungle. The ultra-crisp breakbeats, sinister atmospherics and pitched down vocals reminiscent of that era are all present here constructing the perfect tribute to the forefathers of breakbeat music.

Limited to 300 copies worldwide
Full artwork sleeve
Mastered by R. Machiochi @ Subvert Central
Lacquer cut by Beau Thomas @ Ten Eight Seven
Artwork & Design by R. Peperkamp
Pressed @ Record Industry
Distributed by Unearthed Sounds LTD

Notes:
* First 100 copies will receive a risograph limited artwork print which are hand numbered.

** The full digital release will be send directly to you by email after the release date and you will receive a download card.

What other say:

Big EP from Next Phase. Atmospheric vibes, with proper breaks! Shifted Feelings is my favorite but I love the whole EP. ...Dj Trax

"Awesome new EP from the ever reliable Next Phase. From the serious drum workout on Phuture T's 'Perpetual Motion' to the down tempo jungle vibes of 'Poor man style' by Double O via the atmospheric class of Shifted Feelings as you'd expect from Infest and Tim Reaper, this EP constantly delivers, but the cherry on top and my personal favourite is '94' by Leonux a dark and moody trip down memory lane." ...Skeleton Army (Foul Play)

Great release! Phuture T reaffirms his place as king of the beats, making the 2 most obvious beats sound fresh. Double O drops some musical grime that is refreshing yet evokes memory and inspires imagination. Tim and Robb step up the heat with progressive DnB that nods to the old but keeps moving forward. Leonux track is a bit slower than a standard 94 track but uses the vibe and sounds to great effect. Soul Pride is my preferred 130/140/150 and it sounds awesome here. Great wistful vibes! ...Domu/Sonar’s Ghost