Pre-Christmas dnb workout

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Before we succumb to the Christmas over-indulgence, dulled senses and furred arteries, how about a bit of drum and bass to clear the head. Here’s Evol Intent with Under The Radar as a VIP free download. There’s nothing Christmassy about the way this smashes through everything. The Slow Waves return with a liquid drum and bass remix of Lost N Found. This undercuts the slightly too smooth original with some welcome buzzing and 174bpm beats.

“UNDER THE RADAR is a ragga-inspired 170 BPM half-time DNB smasher with hints of skullstep. Definitely a mash of genres, we love it and hope you do too!”

On the Under The Radar EP out now!
Beatport: www.beatport.com/release/under-the-radar/1427968
iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/under-t…adar/id943552841
Juno: www.junodownload.com/products/evol-…ar/2644708-02/

Evol Intent:
Web: evolintent.com
Like: facebook.com/realevolintent
Follow: twitter.com/evol_intent
Listen: @evolintent
Watch: youtube.com/evolintentrecs

Earlier this year I released a single called Lost & Found on Main Course, a really dope diverse label that puts out all styles of wicked tunes. Well of course the DnB head in me couldn’t resist remixing it at 174 bpm – very happy to say it’s available in Main Course’s holiday giveaway zip, just click “buy” for the free DL!

soundcloud.com/maincoursemedia/2014-holiday-gift-pack

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~ by acidted on December 24, 2014.

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