"Ravers rejoice! Another freshly chopped and served course of Jonny Oso’s original bombastic yet dreamy jungle leaning warehouse delights is here for your pleasure. This time on the menu we have a slew of slinky bendy bad boy bass lines, droned-out warped pads, and cosmic breaks from outer space, re-imagined for a modern era. Its the end of the world, after all! Embrace the chaos of uncertainty, revel in the new era of rave. This is Mind/Body/Science. The study of sound and body music, and the science that can never explain the spirit.
Baby J reminds you to please enjoy these trax irresponsibly, in the company of good friends, and on a nice sound system for that low low end and crisp clap in the ears. And if you wanna fly away, best believe you gotta go get it!"
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Music heads have been fiending for "Glisten" since Joy O's Dekmantel Mix from a few years ago. That heavy bassline and signature Tessela chopped vocals were seared into our memories. It was worth the wait. Lanark Artefax's "Intimidating Stillness Mix" of "Touch Absence" is a futuristic twist of his track from Whities 011, one of the best EPs of 2017. Shout out to Nic Tasker and Whities for having such a selective ear and for making these available digitally for all to enjoy. Edward