They say a fusion is only ever as good as the sum of its parts, so when MistaJam's Speakerbox and the legendary garage label Public Demand decided to pair up for a release, you were only going to get instant chemistry.
'Creeping in the Dark', a melting pot of bass and garage with a bouncy bass line that marches and barges its way along like hench bouncers in a packed nightclub, is aided by the recognisable, free flowing delivery of Jungle 70. It's a modern, tight ensemble with percussive slaps, alien-like FX and my favourite, a velcro-tear sample! No dance instructions or rules here for this track, just make sure your feet move! The main mix also comes with a radio edit, instrumental mix and an extended radio edit.
Majestic better known from his work as an MC and host for Bass, House and Garage events, (most notably working alongside the likes of Skream, DJ EZ, Laidback Luke and MJ Cole) displays the first glimpse of his production chops in his own right and will soon release his solo productions on MistaJam's Speakerbox label.
His vocal partner for this EP is the mysterious Jungle 70, part of a futuristic crew called Streetbotix think a Bass version of Daft Punk!
After being re-launched with the amazing Disclosure remix of Artful Dodger's classic 'Please Don't Turn Me On', the seminal Public Demand records is back and ready to build on it's already legendary legacy with fresh new releases.
'Creeping In The Dark' is to be released in partnership with MistaJam's Speakerbox on 1st September 2013. For updates on this track follow MistaJam on Twitter @mistajam