‘ANOMALY’ is excited to announce its twenty-third release: Siren / Brightest Light
ANM023-A: Lethal – Siren
Anomaly stalwart Lethal makes his return for 2014 with the breathtakingly beautiful and mesmerising dancefloor filler ‘Siren’ – a lush future jungle number which incorporates an amazingly emotive piano riff, hypnotic vocals, heavy kicks and snares, rolling breakbeats, a gorgeous breakdown, tearing hoovers, and a bouncey synth riff. Just like the mythological sirens of the deep, Lethal’s ‘Siren’ will lure and enchant anyone within earshot.
ANM023-B: Kranky & Lethal – Brightest Light
2014 also welcomes the return of junglistic duo Kranky & Lethal who are set to take audiences on a voyage back in time with their newest track ‘Brightest Light’. With an old skool ambient jungle feel, bringing together vintage funk breakbeats with warm and lavish atmospheric pads, a deep rolling bassline and rave stabs, ‘Brightest Light’ is a head nod by Kranky & Lethal to the classic era of 1990s rave/jungle.
Out 4th January 2014 (exclusively for the first four weeks) @ Beatport
Anomaly Digital Recordings: Future Jungle Promo Mix by DJ Mystery (UK) [Kode5 Recordings/Fantazia/Dreamscape/Moondance/Raindance]
Bournemouth UK based DJ Mystery (aka Allan Peach or Mr Peach) has been DJing for over 23 years and first got the techno bug when he use to attend the famous WDA parties in Bournemouth back in the early 90s, but he soon developed a taste for rave/hardcore. He has played at some of the biggest and best known raves from back in the day, such as Fusion, Obsession and Universe to name a few.
As well as being a much in demand DJ playing out most weekends for other promoters, DJ Mystery also promotes his own events under ‘Totally Underground’ which is an old skool night, he also has a techno night called ‘Pure Class’ and has built up a massive following along the South Coast. This year has been very busy for him along with his DJ partner in crime Timeless, they have played Fantazia, Retro Trax, Moondance, Raindance, Epidemik and Dreamscape. DJ Mystery, alongside Barry Vacher, Gaz Pritchard, Jamie Corke & Mark Wall, is also responsible for kicking off UK based ‘Kode 5 Recordings’ which focuses on Old Skool, Future Jungle, Breakbeat and Drum n Bass.
DJ Mystery has knocked up this excellent hour long mix of some of his favourite tunes from Anomaly Digital. A download link is available from soundcloud. http://soundcloud.com/djmystery92/dj-mystery-anomaly-digital
1. Requiem – Badman Vibes [ANM002-B]
2. Kranky & Lethal – Unstoppable [ANM001-B]
3. Lethal – Speedball [ANM003-A]
4. Vinyl Junkie & Madcap – Bad Man [ANM007-B]
5. Kranky & Lethal – Parallel Universe (Lethal’s Alternate Reality VIP) [ANM008-C]
6. Kranky & Lethal – Red Mist [ANM011-A]
7. Lethal – Light Cycle [ANM011-B]
8. Kranky & Lethal – Solar System [ANM012-A]
9. Simon Holmes – Deeper Progress [ANM013-B]
10. Lethal – Feel [ANM015-B]
11. Kranky & Lethal – Reflection (Time Travel’s Back to 94 Remix) [ANM016-C]
12. Generic Bass – Rudebwoy Symphony (Lethal Remix) [ANM020-A]
13. Electrux – Nucleus [ANM022-B]
14. Lethal – Speedball (Electrux Remix) [ANM020-E]
Anomaly is very happy to introduce the fresh new EP from Electrux – Turbine. After his amazing remix work for Kranky & Lethal on previous Anomaly releases, Electrux returns with three killer tracks of his own. Breaking down the barriers between Future Jungle, Breakbeat and Dubstep, this highly anticipated release is sure to put a smile on the face of any broken beat connoisseur!
ANM022-A: Electrux – Turbine
Electrux’s ‘Turbine’ is a straight-up psychedelic stomper which combines spacey atmospheric pads, heavy break beats, and big bad dark hoovers. This track literally tears directly into the deepest recesses of the mind like a heavy-duty turbine and will set the mood as deep, dark and heavy for any DJ set.
ANM022-B: Electrux – Nucleus
Electrux’s ‘Nucleus’ fuses heavy dubstep beats together with classic old skool breakbeats, eerie vocals and classic stabs in a hypnotic future jungle mix that screams of proper rave vibes. Guaranteed to tear up any dancefloor, this one is not to be missed!/p>
ANM022-C: Electrux – Nucleus (Other Way Round Mix)
Electrux’s ‘Nucleus’ fuses heavy dubstep beats together with classic old skool breakbeats, eerie vocals and classic stabs in a hypnotic future jungle mix that screams of proper rave vibes – Electrux’s ‘Other Way Round Mix’ features reversed drum patterns which allows either mix to be worked into any DJ set with ease.
Electrux: Turbine EP Out 30th June 2013 – exclusively for the first two weeks @ Anomaly Digital Music Store