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After a momentous debut EP, Nervous Horizon burst onto the scene in quick succession. Wallwork & Tsvi seem to be running a tight ship with invites to play on the legendary Boiler Room last month to the insane talent they're putting out in their infancy as a collective.

Strong words above but when you check out this cheeky Vol 1 Compilation you'll understand their no nonsense approach to A&R and producing straight up club bangers that navigate towards the far left with a swift up yours at the cookie cutter labels and producers we hear throughout the scene today.

The compilation kicks off with a huge personal favourite from Tsvi entitled "Acquaflush" which hits the spot for any deep melodic House lover. "Lokane" quickly turns the temperature up with "See Me" and his signature broken beats rolling through a tough bottom to test the subs. "Butti" comes in rounder on the bottoms with "The Quid" combining the sound of Chicago & Detroit mixed up with some UK toughness. "Wallwork & Luru" hold no bars with a straight in your face mix on "Impact" showcasing their signature broken rhythms & outrageous drum breaks and drops. "Tsunga" goes in deep on "Lemon" with a Jungle tip reminiscing of those rave stabs that will glue you to the floor. "Moleskin" slows the tempo down with "Handsome" inflicting an assortment of clicks and whistles for the get down low massive. "Lemonik" the solid stomper crew provider, gets you to hold your fist up in a unified appreciation for "Crash Cove". "Luru" sticks closer to the Techno sound with a unique chug of pitching hats which create the call and response creating a captivating Lure of tempo movement. "Tsvi" comes back with some stomping Garage beats holding together a quirky pitching string, which drops into some twisted harmonics. Finally "Lloyed SB" lays down what makes the whole Nervous Horizon camp sound allied, with their unique phrasing and ability to sidetrack from the norm.

Don't miss this one and get it while it's hot before the official release on the 27th July.

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Nervous Horizon V/A Vol. 1

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