Entropy lands on Section 63 with ‘Stressed Out’ EP
This week sees the 5th release for Section 63 Recordings which comes in the shape of the ‘Stressed Out’ EP from Entropy. Section 63 Recordings is a new, Brighton, UK based record label and is the brainchild of Drum & Bass producers Guzi and Woolf. The label’s focus is set on releasing old school, 90’s rave influenced Jungle, Breaks and Drum & Bass. An old skool rave with a modern twist! The label has a collection of exciting releases lined up for the future, from a mix of young, upcoming artists and also some established big names!
Entropy is a prolific producer who rekindled his passion for music as a way to pass time through lockdown. H’s been has been hard at work ever since, carving out his own sound and has put together a huge collection of epic tracks! Transitioning from his roots in Jazz music as a saxophonist, he’s bringing a soulful sound to Jungle and Drum & Bass. This release ‘Stressed Out’ EP features 6 wicked tracks stuffed full of tight breakbeats, warm basslines and expertly crafted techy arps. All the tracks stand out in their own right. ‘Hush’ comes full force with crackling Reese bass. ‘Donk It On Acid’ will get you bouncing along with the 140 garage vibes and the monster track ‘Immune’ guarantees a bass face with the dark, heavy Jungle sound!
Today we premiere ‘Hush’ which you can check out below. Entropy’s ‘Stressed Out’ EP drops via Section 63 Recordings on Friday 15th October, make sure you grab a copy from the purchase button beneath the Soundcloud player!