To mark the release of Fred V & Grafix’s first solo release on Hospital, we also have this awesome video to accompany the lead track “Goggles”. Check it out and make sure you grab a copy of the “Goggles” EP from: Hospital Shop / iTunes.
We have just uploaded the first in a series of videos previewing the Nu:Logic album “What I’ve Always Waited For”, which is due for release on Hospital Records on March 25th.
Working with director Nez Savaşkan we wanted to create visual accompaniments for each of Nu:Logic’s tunes which captured the vibe and feeling of each track. This resulted in a series of twelve simple vignettes not conforming to the standard conventions you might expect from a promo video.
“Morning Light” is the lead track and introduces you to the locations and characters whose lives you will be observing over the next two weeks as we reveal them in the run up to the album’s release.
Check out all the videos on their official website at NuLogicMusic.com!
Calm and mellow from start to finish, “Morning Light” is a blissed out track which pairs pattering drums with cooing vocals for maximum effect, whilst guitar strumming and sub-heavy upright bass add weight and depth.
Over on the flipside we have the not-so-cuddly “Grizzly” which switches up the tempo and goes for the jugular with superb trigger-clicking, bass-ridden stabbing beats.
With its unassuming bleep intro, “Goggles” will no doubt take some by surprise with its subterranean sounds as bubbling bass and intricate arpeggios; “Games People Play” ups the ante with a more recognisable Fred V & Grafix aesthetic and then we have “Denmark Road” with its shimmying soundscape, shuffling breaks and Calibre-esque sweeps. Beware the epic “Basilisk” awaiting at the end of the EP with its hypnotizing intro and contorting synth work.
After delivering some of 2012’s most iconic music, High Contrast returns with another superb single to get 2013 off to a cracking start.
First up, we have the awe-inspiring “Spectrum Analyser” with its immense intro that artfully pairs a driving, mechanical tone with bleepy 8-bit SFX. Flipping over for “Some Things Never Change”, this one is full of nostalgic undertones and drifting melodies. With a vintage sound reminding you exactly why you love High Contrast so much, “Some Things Never Change” remains true to its title.
Netsky LIVE! returns to the UK for three shows in Leeds, London and Bristol next week. We’ve got Syron supporting all three shows, plus Dimension playing a DJ set at the London show.
- Thursday 28th February – Netsky LIVE! @ Stylus, Leeds – BUY TICKETS
- Friday 1st March – Netsky LIVE! @ HMV Forum, London – BUY TICKETS
- Saturday 2nd March – Netsky LIVE! @ O2 Academy, Bristol – SOLD OUT!
For more info head to: www.netskymusic.com/live