Visionist "Rock The Flock"
We've been covering quite a bit coming from the Seclusiasis camp lately. Orbiting that label is Yokohama-based producer BD1982, who just last year started the Diskotopia label with fellow Seclusiasis affiliate and Japan resident Matt Lyne. Releasing material with a close kinship to Seclusiasis, Diskotopia has been rapidly making a name for itself in the realm of bass music. Take for example "Rock the Flock," the title track from the label's latest EP from recently signed London-based producer Visionist. Dancing diagonally across the hard grid of the TR-808's sequencer, "Rock The Flock" is a skittering and hypnotic bass-driven dancehall number that reaches for the future while remaining approachable in the present. The release is set to drop July 4 with remixes by Shy One, Lamin Fofana, and BD1982 himself; those of you hungry for more can check below the jump for the official video for another EP cut, "Survive."
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