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FineArt – In Too Deep EP

FineArt arrives on My Nu Leng's newly founded Maraki Records with the 'In Too Deep' EP.

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My Nu Leng have become an incredible force within dance music over the last few months due to their ability to produce crossover tracks, and touch within different genres. They have recently launched a brand new label Maraki Records, and this has led to the first release. FineArt steps up and releases the three track ‘In Too Deep‘ EP.

FineArt, for some of you who may not know, is Drum N Bass pioneer Friction’s alter-ego. The alias has recently come about and it is the brand new project for Friction to really focus his energy upon. With this, we have the brand new three track EP ‘In Too Deep’, which features a collaboration with My Nu Leng, and also one with Taiki Nulight. The three tracks themselves have tinges of Garage, Liquid Drum N Bass, Bass and other such genres. It’s solid work from the producers.

The first track on the EP comes in as ‘Border‘, the collaboration with My Nu Leng and they have pulled out the stops with this one. The upbeat, energetic and atmospheric melodies provide a real different vibe to the track at the start, with the vocal adding a whole new edge. But when it drops, it drops down hard and brings about that real Bass aspect of the track. This is one which is set to make a real impact, this is one for the Bass heads indeed.

Following on from this is the second track, ‘In Too Deep‘ and this is one which carries across a number of different sounds as well. The synth led melodies coming through at the start have that liquid Drum N Bass feeling to it, especially when you mix the vocals into it. But when this one drops, it is all about the gritty, groveling bass line which dominates the track. It’s hard, it’s powerful and the impact is real around this FineArt production.

Lastly on the ‘In Too Deep’ EP is the final track, ‘BN1‘, which is a collaboration with Taiki Nulight. And again, this brings across those different genre sounds. The breakdown is a complete contrast to the drop, one going towards the airy atmosphere and the drop taking the bass sounds to the next level. This one is certainly a hard hitter within the clubs. FineArt has produced something quite special here, and we may see more like this on Maraki Records over the next while.

You can download the ‘In Too Deep’ EP here.

In Too Deep.

My Nu Leng have become an incredible force within dance music over the last few months due to their ability to produce crossover tracks, and touch within different genres. They have recently launched a brand new label Maraki Records, and this has led to the first release. FineArt steps up and releases the three track ‘In Too Deep‘ EP.

FineArt, for some of you who may not know, is Drum N Bass pioneer Friction’s alter-ego. The alias has recently come about and it is the brand new project for Friction to really focus his energy upon. With this, we have the brand new three track EP ‘In Too Deep’, which features a collaboration with My Nu Leng, and also one with Taiki Nulight. The three tracks themselves have tinges of Garage, Liquid Drum N Bass, Bass and other such genres. It’s solid work from the producers.

The first track on the EP comes in as ‘Border‘, the collaboration with My Nu Leng and they have pulled out the stops with this one. The upbeat, energetic and atmospheric melodies provide a real different vibe to the track at the start, with the vocal adding a whole new edge. But when it drops, it drops down hard and brings about that real Bass aspect of the track. This is one which is set to make a real impact, this is one for the Bass heads indeed.

In Too Deep.

Following on from this is the second track, ‘In Too Deep‘ and this is one which carries across a number of different sounds as well. The synth led melodies coming through at the start have that liquid Drum N Bass feeling to it, especially when you mix the vocals into it. But when this one drops, it is all about the gritty, groveling bass line which dominates the track. It’s hard, it’s powerful and the impact is real around this FineArt production.

Lastly on the ‘In Too Deep’ EP is the final track, ‘BN1‘, which is a collaboration with Taiki Nulight. And again, this brings across those different genre sounds. The breakdown is a complete contrast to the drop, one going towards the airy atmosphere and the drop taking the bass sounds to the next level. This one is certainly a hard hitter within the clubs. FineArt has produced something quite special here, and we may see more like this on Maraki Records over the next while.

You can download the ‘In Too Deep’ EP here.

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