This EP is one of the freshest I have heard in awhile, lives up to the description and although No Escape is a badass track with Pav the others are all equally fire. Epic tracks Favorite track: No Escape feat. PAV4N.
Combine Footwork, Grime and Progressive Electronic and then circle these elements back to Drum & Bass, that’s how you land on to the intricate and unconventional world of Lakeway’s music. There’s something inspirational about Lakeway’s refusal to accept the notion of style boundaries. Over the years, he has been one of the champions of innovating Bass music in the UK - with releases on some of the biggest labels in the game.
As Lakeway enters Version 2.0 of his musical career, we are honoured to help bring his newest release, the “No Escape” EP, to the world.
A combination of three heavyweight club tracks based around the 170bpm axis and a slower introspective grime collaboration with PAV4N, the EP follows no musical directive and is remarkably unique.
‘Lighter,’ ‘Unrequited Dub,’ and ‘All Massive All Crew” are all peak-time medicine - unapologetic big-room bangers with an experimental edge. On ‘No Escape,’ Lakeway teams up with Foreign Beggar’s front man PAV4N, to record an altogether different piece of work. Artfully combining elements of both ethereal melancholy and invasive industrial grime, together they explore one of the many sonic hairline fractures that exist between traditional musical tropes.
Been a big fan of Sully since 2008 when he made one of my all time favourite Dubstep tunes 'Phonebox', been amazing to watch his transition into probably the best Jungle producer in the world right now. Some producer! richfurness