Friday, July 14, 2017

The Prophecy - Winter Sunrise

The Prophecy - Winter Sunrise - 7 July 

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Program continues its hunt for the freshest new talent in underground drum and bass with their newest release from the creative minds of Slovakian duo The Prophecy, made up of long time collaborators and up and coming producers M.Bass and Ero Drummer. Dedicated to music production since his early teenage years, M.Bass experimented with trance and dubstep before finding his calling in drum and bass. His production partner since 2013, Ero Drummer, matches their explosive neuro style with his four deck mixes, which explains their status as regulars in the Eastern European dnb scene. The Prophecy are looking to emerge as a dynamic production force to match. Having supported the likes of Calyx and Teebee, Logistics, DC Breaks, June Miller and Prolix, they’re regulars at dnb mecca Let It Roll and will continue their ascent following this release on Program.

Having first appeared on Ram’s radar with their track Gale on Ram Records Annual 2017, they have once again recruited the aid of fellow Slovak Changing Faces and highly regarded vocalist Charlie Brix for the A Side of their debut Program release. Despite being known for their ferocious productions, Winter Sunrise shows off the pair’s versatility with a smooth liquid roller, featuring soft melodic synths, crisp snares and vocals which deliver shivers even in the summer’s heat. The tune is an amalgamation of every talent involved, it also stands as a warning that The Prophecy should not be pigeonholed, capable of delivering the variety of underground beats Program is well regarded for.

On the flip side is Lost Signal, with a siren-like build up, warning that the duo have something very different in store. When it drops, the track immediately confirms why they have built up their reputation as neuro specialists, with aggressive, uncompromising synths and powerful drum loops followed by a dark break down. The tune would be right at home in the darkest, hardest-hitting sets, helping to explain why the duo have had interest from some of the scene’s most prolific artists.

For their debut on Program, The Prophecy have not disappointed, demonstrating the hunger of rising stars but also the variety of a storied veteran… Their future success seems almost foretold. So once again, it’s time to get with the Program.

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