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rriving on Lobster Theremin’s White Label on comes a fresh-sounding and typically loud release from Leeds vinyl enthusiast Peaky Beats. Never one to be pigeon-holed into a specific style of music, his recent releases have explored 2-step, speed garage and dub - bringing his wicked ear for big UK blends into the spotlight - and earmarking him as one of the UK’s most exciting emerging producers.
On Paradise Falls EP, Peaky Beats unites the worlds of jungle, drum & bass and 2-step on a high velocity, future-facing project, with a little help from contemporary jungle legend Tim Reaper.
‘Paradise Falls’ is a melodic stepper that ventures close to 150BPM territory. Those skippy UKG elements are all there, but this time with a hefty dose of jungle influence which brings a certain weightlessness to the track. ‘Soul Diesel’ ventures further into the garage sphere; the velocity diminishing slightly as the vitality continues to soar. Introspective breaks for sunny days.
‘Tangerine Dream’ is a prime old school cut of dubbed-out nostalgia. Sitting somewhere between The Streets, El-B and Coco Bryce, its deep bass-weight inspires big ‘Any Jungle In, Guy?’ energy, before Tim Reaper’s remix of ‘Paradise Falls’ blows the bloody doors off with a typically emotive and atmospheric cut of jungle fantasia.

Paradise Falls / Tim Reaper Remix

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