‘Raw Cuts Vol. 4’ announced by Vandal Records
Vandal Records are proud to announce the return of their ‘Raw Cuts’ compilation series. This fourth installment contains 6 Deep Drum & Bass escalating to Neurofunk rollers aimed directly at the dancefloor.
‘Raw Cuts Vol. 4’ on Vandal Records features a barrage of artists who team up to create a really special release. There’s one track by a solo artist and one from a duo, the other 4 tracks are collaborations.
‘Raw Cuts’ regular Arkoze (one half of Tephra & Arkoze) teams up with Interline and MC Fokus to deliver ‘Don’t Hold Back’. Synth Ethics contribute their ‘Bad Attitude’. Next up, Technical drops his track called ‘Switch’ while Black Opps and Dunk collaborate on ‘This Feeling’. Objectiv and Haribo join up again on ‘Broken’ and bringing the EP to a close is Brain and Hazey with ‘No BBQ Sauce’.
We’ve been followers of most of these artists for sometime and have premiered quite a few of their tracks over the past year or so. Likewise with Vandal Records. It’s great to see them bring so many artists together for this project.
For our premiere today we present to you Arkoze, Interline and MC Fokus contribution ‘Don’t Hold Back’. This is a great track with a great message. Erring on the deep and dark side of Drum & Bass it’s a full 6 minutes long. The track builds in momentum for about 2.5 minutes until the drums start really rolling. The atmospherics make you feel like you’re diving into the deep, dark depths of the ocean.
All in all, this VA is a great addition to the imprints catalogue, with a variety of styles to suit almost any basshead. We urge you to check out the full release as soon as you can!
Check out our premiere of Arkoze, Interline and MC Fokus ‘Don’t Hold Back’ below. Vandal Records drop their ‘Raw Cuts Vol.4’ on 16th October, be sure to get yourself a copy from here