For this week’s DnB Fix, Morgan reviews the latest release by Vulpes & Anorak.
The Socially Distant Charity LP from Bristol based record label SoundCrumpet is a 7 track compilation that breaches the boundaries of contemporary Jungle, IDM, Breakcore and more. With a solid selection of tunes from a roster of talented artists, the LP aims to raise funds for charities that help homeless in Bristol and Brighton.
Vulpes & Anorak open up the release with a bang. 'Please Hold' runs shy of 7 minutes and uses every second of that to its advantage. Mind bending downtempo Jungle with heavily saturated acid leads, rich FM bass and constantly evolving pads and melodies. All of which work to draw the listener in deeper and deeper by the minute.
I was little slow on the ball with this release as it dropped back in February, however I thought it well worth mentioning nonetheless. It can still be bought from the SoundCrumpet Bandcamp for the very reasonable price of £3.