Release Date: 2012-03-30
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Addison Groove - Transistor Rhythm

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  • LPDLX

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Prelisten

01
Addison Groove - Incredibly Exhausted Bunny Ears
5:29
02
Addison Groove - Savage Henry
2:51
03
Addison Groove, Spank Rock - Bad Things
3:29
04
Addison Groove, Spank Rock - Beeps
4:14
05
Addison Groove - Rudeboy
3:33
06
Addison Groove - Night to Remember
4:42
07
Addison Groove - Sooperlooper
4:01
08
Addison Groove - Energy Flash Back
1:03
09
Addison Groove - Ass Jazz
4:29
10
Addison Groove - Skylight
3:59
11
Addison Groove - Starluck
4:29
12
Addison Groove, Mark Pritchard - Dance of the Women
3:56
13
Addison Groove - Entropy
3:47

CD Infos

Limited First Edition Digipak CD

01. Savage Henry
02. Bad ThingsFeaturing – Spank Rock
03. BeepsFeaturing – Spank Rock
04. Rudeboy
05. Night To Remember
06. Sooperlooper
07. Energy Flash Back
08. Ass Jazz
09. Skylight
10. Starluck
11. Incredibly Exhausted Bunny Ears
12. Dance Of The WomenFeaturing – Mark Pritchard
13. Entropy

LPDLX Infos

Limited Color 3xLP

A1: Night To Remember
A2: Skylight

B1: Ass Jazz
B2: Sooperlooper

C1: Entropy
C2: Rudeboy

D1: Beeps
D2: Bad Things

E1: Dance Of The Women
E2: Savage Henry

F1: Incredibly Exhausted Bunny Ears
F2: Starluck

General Infos

Addison Groove (aka Tony Williams) started life under a different pseudonym altogether. Recording as Headhunter, with an LP and 12” releases on the influential Tempa label stretching back to 2007, he achieved legendary status within the dubstep scene. His work at the deeper end of the spectrum graced the label an impressive 7 times, a figure matched only by Skream. This work looked set to continue until 2010 when, seemingly out of nowhere, he crafted one of the biggest bass music tracks of the decade, ‘Footcrab’, under the new name of Addison Groove.

The response to ‘Footcrab’ was phenomenal, receiving critical and commercial success in equal measure across the dance music scene. Getting plays not only from the dubstep DJs that Williams was used to reaching, it also found its way into the record boxes of techno and house heavyweights such as Aphex Twin, Surgeon, Ricardo Villalobos and Mr Scruff, bringing an enormous new audience to his music in the process. Taking influences from the Chicago ghetto tek and juke scenes, Addison Groove’s impact on UK bass music has been colossal and unprecedented, sparking a huge interest in these styles from his peers and the listening public alike.

“Transistor Rhythm”, Addison Groove’s debut album, is a rare example of a release where the description “much anticipated” is not just a fantasy of some PR agent. The expectations are high, but we are convinced nobody is gonna be disappointed. Hear yourself!

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