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5 End of Summer Cuts from SPECTRASOUL - Guest Post

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Spectrasoul, aka David Kennett and Jack Stevens, are a Drum and Bass duo who have played the world over and have come up with some great original tunes. Their seriously cool bass and drum combination has created some wide interest in the music world. They are consistent in their output of cool, clean tracks that hit the clubs, captivating them with their stylish mix of drums, bass and Techno style. Add some great vocals and you have brilliant songs which will endure the test of time. The Brighton lads came on the scene in 2006 and released their debut single Alibi on the Critical Music label in 2008. They soon came to the attention of the public and have been working hard ever since, visiting night clubs, festivals and smaller venues. They are the masters of creating beautiful tracks in a whole spectrum of sound. Their tunes grab your attention immediately. They are bang up-to-date and timelessly evocative at the same time. Excellent high quality mixes which are both dance floor classics and easy to listen to tracks.

Polished and utterly professional in their approach, they have produced some great new tracks, each one streamlined and slick, which can be heard on the following links.

Here’s a taster of their summer tracks:

Melodies featuring Mike Knight on the Exit label in 12”.

Great vocals by Mike Knight and a fantastic mind-blowing bass and drum section with a great boom-factor.

Away With Me (Calibre Remix) on the Label: Shogun Audio on 12”.

This track is upbeat and very atmospheric. It has a clever use of echo and sound mix and sultry vocals.

Light in the Dark features Terri Walker, on the Shogun Audio label in 12” format.

Terri Walker’s soulful voice is stirring and evocative and this mix has an edge over the other songs. This is a great tune for lying back with a glass of wine, chilling out with your lover.

Alibi on the Critical label, in 12” format.

This is a great classic dance track, which has kept people moving on the dance floor for a few years now. It is spookily metropolitan in its delivery. This would make great film music.

Lost Disciple on the Shogun label, in 12” format.

This is a very atmospheric track with an almost plaintive apocalyptic feel to it. It’s very easy to listen to.

David Kennet/Jack Stevens: Spectrasoul
Spectrasoul’s cleverly arranged tracks will reach people who are otherwise indifferent to
Drum and Bass records.  All of the above, plus more are currently available on vinyl release at our favourite London record store BM Soho.

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