Clubroot in Pixelatique (Posted By Rico)


Clubroot    'Scars/Hellion' (Solace Records)Clubroot in Pixelatique.

Clubroot
‘Scars/ Hellion’
(Solace Records)

Pixelatique Feature, written by .
“Solace Records is pleased to announce its first release. Stepping up for the labels very first release we have none other than ‘Clubroot’, one of dubsteps most successful and talented producers. Clubroot has had a grip firmly on the scene for a numbers of years with his hypnotic and emotional sound. Currently he has finished his 3rd artist L.P, the L.P is set to be released on the American based ‘Lo Dubs’ imprint on 17th May 2012.
Having received a wide variety of DJ support from across the board – James Zabiela, Sasha to Mary Anne Hobbs, Rob Da Bank and TRG, and glowing reviews from Pitchfork, Bigup Magazine and more – it’s fair to say Clubroot’s sound has touched a nerve and is receiving the attention it rightly deserves.

A: Clubroot – Scars
‘Scars’ starts off the ‘A’ side with a thunderous beat and emotive pads that creep their way into the track. Reminiscent of an early DnB vibe, ‘Scars’ soon lets loose with a massive pounding sub and vocal hook that carries the deep and provocative vibe throughout the rest of the track.
B: Clubroot – Hellion
The flip side ‘Hellion’, is the monster of the release. Atmospherics and a menacing under glow build the track to an almighty drop. Razor sharp break beats coupled with huge reece stabs and mid range bass make this one perfect for the late night DJ.

More great press coming in for this stunning release…check out Night Track Blogspot.



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