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Kowton provides a guide to Livity Sound, the label he runs alongside Peverelist and Asusu.
Sub heavy techno with a squeaky door riff and a hefty dose of euphoria. One for the rave.
Deconstructed grime meets distorted house layered with an enormous kick drum, this one dropped well before Grime became cool again and still sounds fresh.
Peverelist once said he'd never do a tune with a breakbeat in, luckily for everyone he changed his mind and its a belter. Its rare to hear anyone mix this in time but that just adds to its charm.
Asusu on a rolling house tip, driving the dance with those swung hats and sculpted kick drums he does so well. Drop on this one is a tearjerker or a hand raiser depending on your mental state.
Here Hodge's rave sensibilities get tempered by Pev's love of restraint, focusing that wild energy into an rave bullet of the highest order.
Simo Cell makes tunes like this in his sleep and mixes them better than most people. He's a killer addition to the Livity team, look out for what comes next.
Booming 808 kicks and infectious looping vocal made this one of Hodge's biggest tunes to date. When it drops its never fails to get a response.
Our latest release on Dnuos Ytivil. Batu takes a snare roll gets wild with it and teases all kinds of delirium form the simplest of components.
Alex Coulton's 12" was the first release on the reverse label. His dank atmospherics and canny use of percussion create a subtle roller that does the business every time.
Pummeling kick drums and those classic Pev rides are the order of the day here. There's melancholy and madness in equal measure, its hard to think of many other producers making music like this right now.