We proudly present the second release on Eastern Promise Audio:
The long awaited “Why Are We Here” EP, which features four big tracks by amen master Double O, great material for the headz loving the beats and dark sounscapes.
EPA02 is hitting all good download stores on november 30th 2011.
Check out the artwork by Infest and click on the artwork to listen to audio clips on Chemical Records.
Also be sure to get back to the Eastern Promise Audio website for an official press release and a high resolution artwork.
Want to hear fresh forthcoming releases by Phuture-T? Getting signed with wicked labels such as Syncopathic Recordings by Sub and Trace’s legendary imprint DSCI4, Phuture-T is bringing pure jungle and drumfunk vibes to the masses.
Check out the clips featured on soundcloud below:
Always wanted to know more about our label Eastern Promise Audio and Amsterdam based Dam Nation kru?
Check out: Everyday Junglist for an in-depth interview! Big up to Fonik at Everyday Junglist.
Badman Morphy touches down with this wicked EP on Translation Records featuring amazing deep rhythms and dub vibes.
The I Dubbed the Sheriff EP will be available in all good download stores from october 19th, 2011.
Check out the promotional video by Scott Smyth, vocal skit by Treshold:
A side: Dam Nation – Mescaline
” EPA’s first release (EPA01) will feature the Dam Nation tracks Mescaline on the A-side, and Under Dementia on the flip. The Dam Nation production crew consists of no less than five members, including Phuture-T, Splinter, Logikz, Reactor Grits, and Drome.
The first track is, as the name suggests, an epic trip which can be neither described as either light or dark, as it ambiguously encompasses both; through many stages expressed through classic jungle breaks and deep soaring basslines, the songs progress in a spiritual way through classic gamelan sounds, whispers and soundscapes which are unpredictable and mysterious.
As a heavy trip can be essentially indescribable through words, Dam Nation crew has tried doing it through sound, that must be heard to convince. ”
B side: Dam Nation – Under Dementia
” They continue their dark ride through the B-side with Under Dementia; more minimal but equally complex in drum patterning, the song opens with traditional Japanese vocals, subtle percussion and mysterious horn sounds, where a soundscape gradually starts opening up to draw the listener into its atmosphere. Once the bass stabs for the first time, the tune falls into its heavy form and reveals its skin of dazzling sounds which fill the audio spectrum and keep on coming out of unexpected corners. Again it makes no difference between a pure light and dark side (although it’s leaning to the latter), and even though less divided into stages then a trip in Mescaline, it is just as epic, dark, and mysterious. ”