ED:IT is a producer that needs very little introduction. His sound has graced many a label over the past 3 years, including Critical Music, SGN:LTD, C.I.A and Hospital Records to name just a few. Now he fires onto Addictive Behaviour in 2015 with his proud first release of the new year. Consisting of a huge 3 track EP – including – A remix of Eastcolors – ‘Mad Day’, ‘Into The Light’ a collaboration with J Daure and finishing off with one of his own scintillating compositions ‘Valhalla’.
EASTCOLORS – MAD DAY – ED:IT REMIX
Opening with a sprawling, rich, atmospheric soundscape that although maintains the identity of the original takes it deeper and warmer. The tweaked sounds of the original combining with the new, whilst flickering high hats sit before the haunting and hanging vocal that dissolves away into the drop. An example of how to deliver clean but yet gritty drum programming reminiscent of classic MetalHeadz. Altered, enhanced and superbly re-licked for 2015
INTO THE LIGHT – ED:IT & J DAURE
A short octave changing chord gets this one underway before an urgent sounding phat kick and a huge cracking snare prime the track for the introduction of a full, thick, pounding, rhythmic bass. And with plenty of subtle background noises filling the track out, making this a big dance floor stepper, proper rolling vibes.
VALHALLA – ED:IT
Starts off innocuously enough, some soft hat and tom toms with some dark wandering synthy goodness in the back-ground. We’re then treated to a little tease of the bass before dropping into a simply sick beat composition. Smartly chopped up breaks give the track a nice busy aggressive feel to it that’s balanced out perfectly with that rumbling beastly sub bass, the track just flows, a remarkably well produced piece of DNB