Clockvice – Ink / Breaking Mirrors
Clockvice – Ink / Breaking Mirrors (Front Cover)
LABEL:LA90 Music
STREET DATE:June 30, 2017
ARTISTS: Clockvice  


01. Clockvice – Ink [4:55]
02. Clockvice – Breaking Mirrors [3:14]

LA90 Music is an extremely fresh faced label indeed. Launched only 9 months back by bass music duo Bare Noize, the boys kicked off the imprint with the intention to use it as a base for their own music, however, now intend to focus on pushing forward thinking bass music from up and coming and established artists. LA90 will be a platform for intelligent bass music meticulously curated by the duo and their in-house team.

Enter Swedish/English Hybrid Lukas Rose aka Clockvice, a fairly unknown artist with releases on Upscale, Rauthentic and Additech records to date and official remixes in the bag for US based artists Illenium and Au5. Clockvice is conceiving his own platform in the scene with his virtuoso production style weighing up quality over quantity as he continues to up the levels with each release. Here we see his debut on LA90 Music, and it does not disappoint.

Ink is a ballsy, twisted banger cast in the skeleton of halftime drum patterns, pertaining malicious neurofunk basslines and ethereal vocal hits to create a haunted yet euphonious work of art. The track showcases some truly innovative production ideas and is a sure-fire contender for screw face inducer of the year. ‘Breaking Mirrors’ is equally as impressive, opening with a simply looped vocal chop which fast becomes a bass heavy cadence of progression, melodic breakdowns and a whirlwind of electronic finesse. Prepare yourselves for 7 years bad luck!

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