2018 is coming to a close, and we’re going out with a bang. This year marks our 10 year anniversary, and we’re happy to present a massive 33 track LP to celebrate. From classics by the likes of Xilent and Dirtyphonics, to staples by Shimon and Benny L, brand new tunes from newcomers Trimer, Nvrsoft and Leaf, to remixes by Serum Dnb and THE PROTOTYPES, the 10 Years of AudioPorn Records LP features selections that showcase our very best. Celebrate this massive milestone with us by grabbing your pre orders here:https://smarturl.it/apornlp006Big up for your continued support!!
Publiée par AudioPorn Records sur Dimanche 9 décembre 2018
1. Into The Unknown Benny L 4:34
2. Control Aperio 5:19
3. Solarise Airshots 5:08
4. Siren Disaszt 4:30
5. No More Time High Maintenance 4:12
6. Thunder (Bladerunner Remix) Benny L 5:16
7. Small Talk Nvrsoft 3:29
8. Tell Dem Leaf 3:49
9. Take Me Kleu ft. Esme 6:09
10. Monument (Gino VIP) Rushmore 4:49
11. Killing Spree Shimon & Modified Motion 4:46
12. Shurka T>I 5:53
13. Two for Tuesday Trimer 4:31
Including already established names such as the significant production outfit Ram Trilogy, Austrian stalwarts Camo & Krooked, The Prototypes, Mainframe pioneer Disaszt and gifted lyricist MC Coppa, there’s a range of artists who each bring their own individual capabilities to deliver a groundbreaking overview of what AudioPorn represents. Shimon even makes a welcome appearance alongside Modified Motion with ‘Killing Spree’ and Ram Trilogy’s ‘Asylum’, giving an insight to the raucous production standard which has made Shimon such a formidable force both behind the decks and in the studio.
There’s also a new generation of drum & bass producers who make their claim on AudioPorn’s sound throughout the ‘Ten Years of AudioPorn’ compilation. One track which stands out is the collaboration between Dub FX and Benny L ‘Warm’ – released in 2016, it stands as a defining moment for AudioPorn and one of the genre’s hottest acts. ‘Small Talk’ from Nvrsoft is also highlights the label’s constant exploration of dance music and how they keep up with contemporary trends. It’s a half time stomper and a record that signifies a bright career for the newcomer. In the same vein, the ricocheting bassline of Leaf’s ‘Tell Dem’ offers another massive feat for a blossoming producer. Then liquid connoisseur Aperio follows the new era trend with ‘Control’. Yet this is just a small snapshot into the range of musicality which AudioPorn opens you up to; not only does it show the importance of their artist roster, but you’re made aware of how central their place has been in dance music over the last ten years. On reflection, it’s a stunning work of art for a label who’ve remained in control, setting themselves a place at the table a decade ago.