Inner City Dance continues their push to explore all points on the hardcore continuum and the blurred lines between them with their next single from fresh new talent Marcus Bowden.
A Toronto transplant to Stockholm, Sweden, Marcus channels a lifetime of listening to Rap and RnB alongside a steady raving diet of Drum & Bass, Garage, Dubstep and Grime into his undefinable Grey area productions. His melting pot of influences tied into one hazy blend of melody, emotions and bass weight, anchored by an ever present soulful sheen.
"Don't Go" encapsulates perfectly his fluid genre- less approach to music. Shiny keys, mournful vocals, 808 claps, rolling Bass and ecstatic arpeggios combine to create a stand alone piece of intimate club music.
Man of the moment Stranjah ups the tempo to 160 bpm and turns back the clock to 1994 channeling the uplifting Jungle of Moving Shadow and Tom & Jerry for his appropriately titled "Ravin' In A Field Mix". Stranjah deftly hones in on the most euphoric elements of the original and turns up the ecstasy to the boiling point adding more layers of melody and booming bass tones over top of a classic amen anchored percussive template.