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A1: Humanleft - Arnaud & Bernard
B1: Benjamin Damage - Zeppelin
Humanleft “Arnaud & Bernard”
Over the last 5 years RÃ©my Teruel (aka Humanleft) has perfected his bass heavy Glitch Hop sound, touring extensively across clubs and festivals in Europe.
Since his debut release on Tigerbeat6 about 2 years ago, Humanleft manages to let many new influences seep in to keep the scene fresh. Raging dirty south Hip Hop beats and big detuned rave synth’s melt with sweet melodies and bouncing bassdrums, creating an oversaturated and crisp analog/digital hybrid that fills the frequency spectrum like the biggest Grime or Dubstep tunes, experimental Electronica and Techno music.
Benjamin Damage “Zeppelin”
Having cut their teeth in London’s gutter House Bass movement with tracks like “Love in the Club”, “Paradise Slugs” and their “Maximum Carnage” mixtapes, Venom and Damage recently dropped a new take on the UK’s House sound, in the form of “Deeper”, a hard edged production, syncopated rhythms and anthem-like synths, recognisable from a mile off.
If you’ve seen Modeselektor any time in the past 15 months, chances are you’ve gone nuts to this track – so big, the guys included it as a focal point of their global live sets and featured it on their Resident Advisor Podcast.
“Zeppelin”, a brand new solo work by Benjamin Damage, is expected to make waves in club. What a massive anthem by this promising new talent, for fans of Techno and House alike.