Gritt's Hell Yeah EP takes us into a peronal vision of bass music. Gritt felt in love with dubstep near 2008. Probably because his past as a break producer, he felt at ease with the rich, intense and filthy sound new breakstep/dubstep was bringing after a long period of deep mental music.
This EP is a mixture of tight drum programming, squeezed basslines and always evolving backgrounds. Before they even thought about this release, the Airflex Labs crew often compared Gritt's sound to Led Piperz' one because of their common love for rusty basslines, raw snares, dust and tweaked industrial acid moves.
"Hell Yeah" was the seminal track to this ep. Its ability to break audience's legs has already been verified in many clubs, mixes and venues by the Airflex Labs crew. The track by itself is a real steamroller, and is quite unique in the EP as being the only 100% dancefloor shaped killer. In a mix session, you can't be wrong with this one !
"Found It" is a really tasty blend of Break and Dubstep with loads of distorted, buzzing and wobbly bass. The result is claustrophobic, unsettling and yet striking, guaranteed to make you count victims on the dancefloor right after a drop !
"Prepare" is Dubstep meets Break meets D&B. This is a real "Bass music" track, featuring codes from the genres mentoned above and layering them on top of each others. Full dynamics, raw sound, pure energy.
"Collider" is the most unpredictable track of the Ep. Its progressive structure will definitely blow some minds, going from dreamy piano chimes to unrivaled bass synth pressure. Maybe the most valuable tool of this Ep for the curious and skilled DJ, and the listenner's track of choice at the same time.