The JLB and new Eastend of London outfit GRAVY join forces with their new record ‘Too Much Toosh’, released on the 20th of October. Seeking to transcend genres, the track is distinctly hard to categorize. It’s nothing like anything, yet it’s everything at the same time. Both artists have upcoming live shows and DJ sets from London to Manchester, Bristol to Brighton, ending the year showcasing their sound to all corners of the nation. GRAVY will be performing at Kingdome’s BOUDICA on November 3rd at SOUP in Manchester on a stellar line up supporting Shannen SP, Rainy Miller (Blackhaine DJ/Producer) & Ill Japonia (Bo Ningen). GRAVY and The JLB also launched their joint bi-monthly Post Genre Party last month at the now infamous South London venue Spanners.
Reimagining the formula for forward thinking dance music and asking themselves, “at its core, what makes a banger sound original?” especially in today’s homogenous world. Their answer : “Being bold, different and good.”
Featuring deep, transposed vocals and a creeping jungle beat, there’s an array of elements at play here. From old-school rave chords that stab at the soundscape, to enormous basslines and riddim like rhythms. There’s even some ethereal feminine vocals to contrast the aggressive production and hard-hitting percussion. The result is a euphony of unpredictable yet irresistible sonic soundscapes that you can’t help but pay attention to, regardless of its seemingly enigmatic and chaotic nature. ‘Too Much Toosh‘ is a certified earth shaker in its delivery.
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