Artist – Cropper
Title – Drift feat. Schumen / Deeper
SELECTED FEEDBACK: Huxley -“Deeeeper badass” Tensnake – “nice atmospehere on Bacchus and great bassline on Juno’s Jupiter (4/5) “ Tensnake – “Loving Blah Blah since that Lorca remix for How The Fly…. deeper is the one for me here” (4/5) Hot Since 82 – “Drift – Nice” (5/5) James Teej – “great record, nice work once again” (5/5) Ben Pearce -“Love the synth in Drift and Deeper is a straight classic. Blah Blah Blah impressing again :)” (5/5) Zinc -“I like both” (5/5) Mak & Pasteman – “Trippy Vibe” (4/5) Thefft -“Excellent tunes” (4/5) Shadow Child -“deeper is cool – need to hear loud” (4/5) Ben Westbeech aka Breach -“This is brilliant quality release i will be supporting heavily b” (5/5)
Blah Blah Blah Records once again establish their commitment to grass roots talent, with another debut, this time in the form of the halcyon yet gritty London based producer Cropper.
Opening Track ‘Drift’ is celestially primeval in origin, with distantly resonating sounds steadily being drawn together from the dark recesses of the consciousness. As these layers gently collide with ever increasing energy you can sense the evolutionary anticipation building, before an unsuspecting and transfixing final act shatters all initial pretense. Deeper on the other hand has no pretense, heavy beats, incisive percussion instantly set about laying your ears to waste with growling efficiency and an unshakeable sub laden groove. Where Drift draws your gaze towards the heavens, Deeper drags you back down to a darker more subterranean world.
With support for Blah Blah Blah Records coming from the likes of Resident Advisor, Breach, Four Tet, Claude VonStroke, Deetron, Midland, South London Ordnance, Beatport, Laurent Garnier, B. Traits among others, and with Cropper recently confirming shows supporting Zed Bias, George Fitzgerald, and Jackmaster we are confident in saying that Cropper’s debut record on BBB also deserves your undivided attention. One to watch.