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    Pulse 5 (FLAC, MP3, WAV) album cover

    Vexxe, Meta, Spektralsound, HarttaPulse 5

    Label:Circular Jaw – CJAW018
    File, FLAC, MP3, WAV
    Style:UK Garage, UK Funky, Grime, Techno


    1Vexxe-Pulse 5
    2Vexxe-Pulse 5 (Meta Remix)
    3Vexxe-Pulse 5 (Spektralsound Remix)
    4Vexxe-Pulse 5 (Hartta Remix)


    All proceeds from this release will be donated to Music Loves Ohio & Knowle West Media Centre (Bristol, UK).

    Big up for the early support from: Emerald, Addison Groove, Patrice, Hypho, Eat My Beat, Eich (More Cowbell)

    Vexxe, classically trained on the compositions of Debussy, Medtner, and Tchaikovsky, creates music for sound systems, club settings, and in-home listening enjoyment. He blends simple ideas with shades of nuance to build captivating moments within his musical explorations.

    ‘Pulse 5’ invites listeners into a spinning pool of echoed-out bleeps scattered over a broken beat rhythm, cementing itself securely as a tool in the 130 bpm bass genre. With an extensinsive back story and the original sought after online for the past 2 years, we’re thrilled to be approached to officially release this track, accompanied by 3 remixes from artists who have been pinging our radar off over the years with their movements.

    Starting us off, Spektralsound strips and slows the track down to 120 bpm allowing frequencies more space to echo over the skeleton of big kicks and chuggy bass stabs. Keeping to the original tempo, Meta donates a techy 4x4 remix keeping the pace moving forward at all times whereas Hartta replicates the broken beat elements through a skippy 2-step garage style of sampling and arrangement. The release will be begging your local bass bins for every last decibel they have on tap.

    All proceeds from the release will be split between Music Loves Ohio and Knowle West Media. Music Loves Ohio is a nonprofit providing opportunities for financially underserved youth in central Ohio to pursue their passion for music by providing education sessions, after school
    programs, and instruments.

    The Knowle West Media Centre works collaboratively in the heart of South Bristol to develop creative models for achieving social change while supporting people to develop the skills and confidence to be change-makers themselves. Their programs include access to an innovation lab, makers courses, free professional training and workshops teaching tools used in creative fields, and various songwriting and production resources.

    Read more about the organisations here:

    Music Loves Ohio

    Knowle West Media Centre