No more is a track that combines the fundamental elements of electronics of the 90’s: powerful rhythm, piano riffs and a voice that drives you crazy.
Also includes two remixes, one is from the Canadian Kill Them With Color (MTA Records) that brings us a beautiful version with its unmistakable sound and a few touches of the most current future bass…
And the second Remix is from the American Stranger (Night Bass) that brings us a Bass House track with a new destructive bassline without losing the essence
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‘Keep You Down’ ft. James Robb is a re imagining of High Maintenance’s musical autograph with a honed bassline which ducks and dives between its vocals. James Robb adds a melodic twist between the clanking drums and wavering bass, pushed out on top of every voice peak Robb’s skill set manages to reach. However, the record dives to much murkier dimensions, dragging you alongside and juxtaposing its more soulful undertone. The resurfacing of High Maintenance has been long-awaited and ‘Keep You Down’ is the perfect way for him to make a comeback.
This track is in the latest Drumsound & Bassline Smith mix at 39:00min
Antonio Cano & Jose Luis Vazquez – aka ‘Dub Elements’ – first caused a stir in the world of Drum and Bass when they stormed on to scene in 2009. Since then, the Spanish duo has gained a reputable name for themselves with their distinctly unique sound and infectious basslines. Gaining support from some of the industry’s biggest names including Noisia, Spor, Excision, Friction and Viper’s own Futurebound, the producers have enjoyed huge success after appearing on prestigious labels such as Viper Recordings, Eatbrain, C4C Recordings, Hospital Records, and more.
Available January 30th via Punks Music.