- Release Date 2017-07-03
- Label Elm Imprint
- Catalog ELMDIGI018
The title track 'Duck for Cover' champions the vocal styling of Elijah Devine. Bill & Ed maintain a perfect balance of 90's era delicate synths against some serious headbanger jungle breaks and bouncy bass lines.
'Jungle Robot' is a grand mix of classic late 90's sound mixed with current production technics. That drums have space to breath, allowing the full force of the bass lines to step forward. The swirling audio assault of vocal snippets pulls you in, allowing you to hear more with every listen.
'Move' this aptly named track's gritty infectious energy will have you smiling and bopping in no time. The gritty bass, a dynamic drums and strong vocals creates a well deserved floor stomper for 2017. It would not be a stretch to say Bill & Ed were channeling the musical stylings of T-Power & Adam F on this one.
'Wollen' intelligent or liquid either way this track embodies the full spectrum of this Drum & Bass sub genera. Strong female vocals, with a complex but danceable set of drums. But the cosmic set of pads and synth stabs really help to set this track apart from the rest of the release. Only going to show that this team will not be pigeoned holed.