Good Karma Music is a label who has been creating a solid place for themselves. But that's not just within their local Australian scene; it's across the global circuit too, where they're slowly becoming a household name. The label has risen through the ranks in the last twelve months. They're an imprint who has remained at the pinnacle of the underground, whilst catering to a range of tastes; not restricting themselves to one particular sound, their roster is a reflection of their imperative standards, which have maintained their ascent to the top. Forthcoming on the label is the 'You Make Me Feel' LP from Confusious, an artist who's also made his mark within the growing heat around Good Karma Music and his next output demonstrates exactly why he's garnered so much attention. From title-track 'You Make Me Feel', right through to the antiquated, rumbling beats of 'Mass Appeal', Confusious proves that he's a force to be reckoned with.
The break-lead relays of 'You Make Me Feel' opens the LP, setting a bar which is dizzyingly high. 'Catharsis' has subterranean levels of bass which take you into much darker depths, peddling siren like bass movements that pushes the descent. 'I Put a Spell on You' oozes with a jazzier appeal, creating a driving rhythm alongside its rattling hooks. It's followed in quick succession by 'Insomnia', unstoppable in its distorted breakdowns and snapping levels of percussion. 'Mass Appeal' is gyrating alongside its punching sonics, the type of record which would find itself at home within any brooding club setting. And finally, 'If Only' channels more subdued vibes, reminiscing across a fresh sonic repertoire peppered with elevating synths and rolling bass notes. Coming together as a package, it's a must have for any record collector looking to add an edge to their sets. It's urgency is another reason why Good Karma Music are beginning to dominate clubland more and more with every release they unleash.