UK producer Blynk makes his Sincerious debut with the "Metropolis EP", joined by Dom HZ, User Error and Jake Robertz on remix duties.
The title cut is a bittersweet slice of sublime modern techno, with one foot in Detroit's ice-cold analogue past and the other in the fractured backbeat of Berlin bass music. Packing a pair of fantastic remixes, Dom HZ re-works the original into a smooth, soulful cut of classic Dubstep, bringing the bass line to the forefront atop a bed of lucious electronics while Canadian producer Jake Robertz gets low down and dirty flipping the rhythm into a mutated 808 breakbeat that fuses drum machine mechanics, a bubbling bassline and surprisingly soulful synth work into a swaggerific overload.
"Glyph" is an all together more mechanical affair, with a pulsating bass-line and skeletal percussion capturing the industrial aura of late night warehouse warfare. Newcomers User Error deliver a remix with an edit heavy approach to the drums that boosts the original from a brooding, atmospheric track into a bouncing, dub influenced riddim that stays true to the original while heaping in a heavy dose of their own sonic science and ends the EP in style.
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released 04 December 2012
Produced by: Blynk
Remixes produced by: Dom Hz, Jake Robertz, User Error
Mastering: AIR Mastering | London
Artwork: Zen C. ( zencimage.com