TV Noise strike back with a fiery new 3-track EP: ‘Bring It Back’
It’s been worth the wait. TV Noise are back with a hot new 3-tracker to kick off the year with. The amazing Bring It Back EP pulls together two trademark TV Noise bangers, and a third curveball which will catch the world off guard.
Bring It Back is a typically wild ride through the mad minds of TV Noise, with crunchy bass squelches punching their way through the snappy beats and manic array of freaky noises and UK rave flavour vocals. A soaring lead riff is unleashed in the breakdown as respite from the crazy shrieking, with infectious percussive fills thrown into the mix to top it all off.
The rowdy vocals add some fierce MC flavour to another raucous banger. The earworm vocal hook adds more colour still as big brass blasts ring out and warped synth and bass combos pulverise the beat. As ever, it’s a mix of sounds and flavours that no-one can truly imitate.
And then there’s Rhythm, the unexpected twist on this EP. The track’s origins come from when the duo played at Ultra Japan and were immersed in techno at the afterparty. They felt inspired to create something that would fit into these sets, and this is the superb result. Taking a more stripped-back approach than their usual sound, it’s still full of the charisma and character that they are known for. Hip-shaking beats sway under a springy synth, chopped-up sirens, low throbbing bass and commanding vocals. It’s no-nonsense dancefloor material.
With Ultra Miami in March to look forward to, the TV Noise boys are well armed with these three weapons. Use with caution—only the hypest crowds will understand!
TV Noise ‘Bring It Back’ is released on STMPD RCRDS on Friday 1 February.
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Bart B More creates another banger for STMPD RCRDS on Superzoom
Ever inventive, Bart B More serves up another unusual slice of dancefloor magic on his new single Superzoom. Already featured as an ID on the Martin Garrix Radio Show and Don Diablo’s show too, it already has a lot of hype surrounding it. As you might have guessed, the track was ‘inspired’ by the Instagram filter of the same name, with its distinctive, dramatic motif at the heart of this track.
Superzoom is structured on one of Bart’s classic bouncy house grooves, with slices of those ‘Superzoom’strings teased in the intro as a mischievous bassline rises up. The full cascading string riff is unleashed to signal the first drop, with the kicks and bass slamming into play in unison. Big snare rolls, indecipherable vocal cuts and skippy percussion all add to the groove. Finally a wonky, pitch-bending synth riff cuts in, nagging away at your brain like an electro earworm. Very fresh, very groovy, very different—everything you’d hope for from a Bart B More production.
Superzoom follows in the footsteps (or should that be dancesteps?) of his previous STMPD RCRDSreleases Lights Out and The Street EP, making a superb trio of releases for Martin Garrix’s label.