Agressor Bunx Colony EP Program Records

 

 

The return of Program has been eagerly awaited. One of the most defining sister-labels that has cemented a name for itself against its colossal counterpart, Program’s hiatus has led to the secret expansion of its discography. One that’s about to be unleashed on the masses, after biding its time. And Aggressor Bunx deliver a four-track EP to reinstate both their name and the imprint’s… The producers have withstood the baying competition of new recruits to become a household name in their own right. 

Reintroducing you to the gritty, no-apologies assault of Program’s output, up first is title-track ‘Colony’. Creepy, horror-like samples intertwine with boding snare, dragging you forward on top of steely drums. You’re given a brief moment of respite before you crash inside another unfamiliar break pattern, a feature Aggressor Bunx are renowned for. 

‘Disballance’ and ‘Time Shift’ roll out next. ‘Disballance’ takes you down a techier route, with elevating note patterns and a madly fluctuating bassline, made stockier by pumping subs. Kick-drum bolsters the composition, creating a seemingly intricate but no less heavy fresh piece of sonic artwork. 

On the other hand, ‘Time Shift’ offers up a different take on their signature production standards. Riding along a more ethereal intro, you’re opened to a deeper version of their repertoire. Ragga vocal snips drop you into distorted anarchy, amongst clinking hi-hats and wavering synth. It’s murkier than its predecessors, gradually building with each segment. 

And lastly, comes ‘Hottah’. Each layer grows more and more indignant, filled with cascading drops and peddled drums ricocheting throughout the mix. It serves as the perfect finish, yet again demonstrating a commitment to a dark, fiercely intimate craftsmanship which has made the producer so notorious. 

So once again… it’s time to get with the Program. One that’s here to stay.

 

 

 

Blackout podcast, bringing the finest Drum & Bass around. This edition is mixed by Agressor Bunx! One of the 4 artists of the first volume of our new Evolution Series!

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1. Agressor Bunx - Trice [Ram Records]
2. Zombie Cats & L33 - Zombots [Bad Taste DUB]
3. Audio - Napalm [Ram Records]
4. Current Value - Rocket Science [Blackout]
5. Mindscape - Head Shinker [Eatbrain DUB]
6. ID - ID
7. Phace & Mefjus - Bang Bang [Critical]
8. Agressor Bunx - Quash [Eatbrain DUB]
9. Disprove - Frqncs [Eatbrain DUB]
10. ID - ID
11. Dimension - Machinen [MTA Records]
12. Brain Crisis - Camatcho [Subtitles]
13. ID - ID
14. Jade & State Of Mind - Respirator [Eatbrain DUB]
15. Agressor Bunx - Club Shake [Ignescent DUB]
16. Chase & Status and Sub Focus ft. Takura - Flashing Lights (S.P.Y Remix) [Ram Records]
17. Noisia & Hybris - Crystalline [Invisible]
18. ID - ID
19. QO - Evil Dead (A-Cray Remix) [Eatbrain DUB]
20. Agressor Bunx - Infinity [Blackout DUB]
21. Agressor Bunx - Crusader [Bad Taste DUB]
22. ID - ID
23. Break feat. Kyo - Simpler Times [Symmetry]
24. Lenzman Feat. Martuna Baker - Paper Faces (Ivy Lab Remix) [Metalheadz]
25. Optiv & BTK - Gamma Rays [Eatbrain DUB]
26. Rene LaVice - Air Force [Ram Records]
27. Agressor Bunx - Total Destroy [Bad Taste DUB]
28. ID -ID
29. S.P.Y - Riding The Void [Hospital]
30. Rawtekk - No More Vaccine (Mefjus Remix) [Medschool]
31. Agressor Bunx - Terror Force [Santoku]
32. Dom & Rolland - Outta Endz VIP [Metalheadz]
33. ID - ID 
34. Agressor Bunx - Deadwalking [Ignescent DUB]
35. Agressor Bunx - Tommy Gun [Blackout]
36. ID - ID

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