El-B, founder and head of South London’s esteemed, GHOST RECORDINGS, just dropped the second in his series of free promo mixes, featuring forthcoming tracks and producers to his label imprint.
Anybody who has ever produced UK dubstep or garage, has been influenced by EL-B’s drum patterns. It’s easy to see why: his drums are fucking amazing. El-B doesn’t make his drums “on the grid”; he hand-constructs his off-kilter percussion stabs and samples his own studio collection of analog synths, to produce the undeniably engaging and furiously addicting drum lines that make his sonic arsenal unrelentingly legendary. El-B’s latest collection of 140 ghetto garage and street beats, presents nothing less than the highest caliber next-up drops, forthcoming on
FUCKING EVERYTHING his label.
Expect only the sexiest vocal gems and housey piano keys, layered over garage-influenced dubstep, filthy ring mod resonances, and of course a ruthless assortment of the most shuffliest, next level percussion shit.
Highlights include our kiwi homie and bass producer legend, Bulletproof‘s track “Samcro.” “Buck & Bury 2012″ pretty much blows my mind as well.
So So – Who’s Gonna Love Me (Ghost Mix)
El-B feat. Juice Man – Buck & Bury 2012
El-B Feat D-Twist – Ghost in Ur Stereo
Ghost – Spooky
El-B – Desire
El-B feat. KC – Deep Down
El-B – Romp
Vigilante – It’s Torcha
Bulletproof – Samcro
Stinkahbell & Supreme – Grimey
Spookz – Drastic Times
Vigilante – There Are Ghosts Here
Laze feat. El-B – Vital