Kent’s Macky Gee is back, with his greatest accomplishment to date.
The DJ, producer and label boss presents the Sway LP on his own Down2Earth Musik imprint.
Rammed full of amazing collabs, Macky Gee has pulled in a range of some of the biggest names on the scene to contribute to Sway.
Tracks on the album feature MC Skibadee, MC Storim, Stuart Rowe and more, as well as some brand new solo cuts from Macky himself.
The album covers a range of styles across its 16 tracks, all stamped with the Macky Gee mark of quality. Sit back and enjoy Sway, from Macky Gee.
The album kicks off with All In, a fitting introduction to Macky’s sound, and the album’s reach and ambition. Resounding and musical jump up d&b.
Macky is Born Into Darkness next, as he opens up and out with roaring synths and huge basslines. Macky never compromises, as you can see on the tracks on Sway.
Coward is pure hardcore rudeness, and Cure is just as bad. There’s no getting away from it, this is some strong, bashing music, but the producer has put all of his strength and knowhow into every beat.
Tracks like High and My Way continue the vibe, well-produced, quality music which lift the spirit and moves the body in equal measure.
Watch out for the amazing drums on Nutta, and the sinewy, ravy sounds of the 2016 VIP of Off One’s Rocker.
The title track swings and Sways on an old skool feel, and Unexplainable flips the script for something decidedly futuristic.
The collabs come towards the end of the album, with Skibba contributing to the huge Bangers N Mash and the equally huge Flavour 4 Vapour.
MC Stormin leads on the frenetic Chicken Neck, which will result in pure fire in any dance it’s dropped in.
Macky teams up with Spaow for the cataclysmic Turn Me On, all leads, saws and bass pressure, showing that the jump up formula is still at its heights, before the two closing tracks show off a different side to the producer.
Darkness and Insomnia both feature Stuart Rowe, and add liquid and deep vibes into the mix. A sensational end to one heavyweight album.
release date: April 4th, 2016