Meanone debuts on Live History Records
Kool Is Back, Think, Hot Pants, Amen, 808 bass – if you’re familiar with these terms you may consider yourself a true original junglist. On this anniversary 50th release from Live History Records, they slow the tempo down to 155-165 bpm…
Meanone returns to the early 90s again! Meanone is a new artist, sci-fi fan and old skool dreamer. He is also a very talented producer. His debut release on Live History Records entitled ‘Easy Come, Easy Go’ includes 4 wicked tracks. With a strictly old skool jungle sound, this is a must for jungliest across the world.
Meanone’s music is a place where space is mixed with rave. The title track ‘Easy Come, Easy Go’ is a wide and deep composition with vibey bass and growls of breaks where vocal literally gets back to sentimental jungle-tracks with the late, great Diane Charlemagne’s voice.
Next up is ‘Gradients’ a haste less atmospheric-jungle tune created under the influence of Good Looking Records. Clear zero gravity and tranquillity entangled with stardust.
A sensual ode to serenity and calmness is ‘Money, Sky and Cars’. Being in some sense a direct reference to the Goldie’s sound from his ‘Timeless (1995’) records, we can also clearly hear the influence of Peshay ‘The Piano Tune (1995)’!
The final B-side track and our premiere is ‘Sound Hound’. This is the more stubborn and aggressive composition of this EP. It’s a “dark horse”, though saving departed atmosphere of the former compositions. An Amen-break and an MC. What else do you need? The author dedicated this track to football hooligans from Inter City Firm, who used to “run” British raves back in the day.
Check out ‘Sound Hood’ below. Meaone ‘Easy Come, Easy Go’ EP dropped as a Beatport Exclusive on 9th October and will be available everywhere else on 23rd October. Make sure you grab it from here