Release Date: 2nd February 2018
"I've been a massive fan of Klute since bagging Commercial Suicide 001 back in 2001. Then to release on Commercial Suicide myself in 2012 was a massive personal goal, so to now be releasing a remix he's done of one of my tracks, and be releasing it on my own label is a massive buzz and a proud moment for my little label." - Soul Intent
a. Soul Intent & LaMeduza - What I Wouldn't Do (Klute remix)
b. Soul Intent & LaMeduza - Courage
Release Date: 26th May 2017
After 10 years of releasing on some of the most respected labels in the scene including 31 Records, Commercial Suicide and Samurai Music, Soul Intent is to release his first solo album via his own imprint, Lossless Music.
The album features collaborations with Chromatic, jazz vocalist Sue Mae, as well as his old Dataset band mate Chris Gittins.
In Soul Intent's own words....
"I wanted the make an album that had continuity but also showed all the vibes and styles I'm into as a producer, DJ and general lover of this music. Hopefully it's an album of substance and people enjoy the journey."
a1. Soul Intent & Chromatic - The Futurist
b1. Soul Intent - Thou Shall Not Kill
b2. Soul Intent - Test Fire
c1. Soul Intent - Cry For You
d1. Soul Intent - Too Funky
d2. Soul Intent - Almost
Released 11th December 2015
"1,2,3,4" is a collaboration with old skool legend DJ Tango (Formation, Moving Shadow). Having made contact with Tango (just to say hello), a conversation about working together resulted in Tango heading up to Nottingham for a studio session. "1,2,3,4" is the end result, a jazzy roller with a massive double bass bassline plus the usual Soul Intent flavors. This has been firmly stuck in the DJ sets of Fabio and LTJ Bukem respectively.
"Go Hustle" highlights (yet again) Soul Intents love for that classic Bristol sound. A Full Cycle stepper with funk licks and vocal samples from old detective shows continue the retro feel. We can't claim it's 'future' just good-old-fashioned drum and bass.
"Late Night Sleaze" is the title track, and a personal favourite of Soul Intent. This dirty roller oozes soul and funk. Indeed, dirty funk as only Soul Intent can deliver.
"Nearly There" is something a little different. Written after a session listening to movie soundtracks, Nearly There features piano assistance from long time friend and former Dataset co-member Chris Gittins. We think it's fair to say this track demonstrates Soul Intents skills aren't just limited to producing dancefloor music but shows his ability to tap into a very emotive and cinematic palette.
a1. Soul Intent & DJ Tango - 1,2,3,4
a2. Soul Intent - Go Hustle
b1. Soul Intent - Late Night Sleaze
b2. Soul Intent - Nearly There (feat. Chris Gittins)
Released 15th June
Solid blue, black & clear mixed coloured vinyl. celebrate the 10th vinyl release on Lossless Music, Soul Intent delivers 4 cuts on dark and moody drum and bass as only he can. The title track 'The Tide' sees Soul Intent collaborate with label regular and dark vibe master Paragon. 'Cypher' hails the first production outing from Ben Repertoire (from the Repertoire label) who happens to also be Lossless graphic designer and fellow lover of Co-Op Pickle Pork Pies. Also on the B-side is a solo effort from Soul Intent called 'Lose Yourself' which demonstrates yet more of his love of that classic Headz sound, turning heads whenever it's played. Lastly, as a digital exclusive Soul Intent raided the archives and unearthed a rugged roller called 'Helpless' which along with 'Cypher' has received Radio 1 airplay from Rene LaVice.
a1. Soul Intent & Paragon - The Tide
b1. Lose Yourself
b2. Soul Intent & Ben Repertoire - Cypher
Released 21st September
Versus Volume Four welcomes three new pairs of talented producers to the Lossless camp. Finnish duo Trisector & Infader bring some tough and dirty stepping vibes with 'Who Are You'. Austrian pairing Faible & Konfusion deliver the ultra funky roller 'Innocent'. Brothers Slider and Expose drop a half time monster in the form of 'Soundsistem' and Soul Intent teams up with Nottingham best vocalist e with the cinematic 'Snow'.
a1. Trisector & Infader - Who Are You
a2. Faible & Konfusion - Innocent
b1. Slider & Expose - Soundsistem
b2. Soul Intent - Snow (feat. E)
Release Date: 20th October 2017
The third instalment of our Versus series see's the return of two previously featured artists plus some super fresh blood. Croydon's king of darkness Paragon comes with more seriously dark vibes with 'Dominions'. Acid Lab makes his second Versus appearance with the beautiful 'Can't Run'. The don of Haunted Science Amsterdam chapter Transient bring some dark techno atmosphere's with his epic 'Scripture' and label owner Soul Intent finishes the Volume Three off with a straight up dancefloor roller called 'Bite It'.
a1. Paragon - Dominions
a2. Acid Lab - Can't Run
b1. Transient - Scripture
b2. Soul Intent - Just Words
Released 4th November 2016
Yellow & Black marble coloured vinyl. Fresh off the success of Versus Volume One, Volume Two of Lossless Music's various artist EP series features more fresh underground talent hand picked by CEO Soul Intent. Tim Reaper, Melani & Silo take pride of place with "Finite Motion". Beautiful, somber and full of percussion detail this is a track that could well feature on such imprints as Exit or Metalheadz. London based Paragon who brings his unique mix of ominous and sinister vibes with "Again & Again". Artilect (formally known as Deeperheightz) hails from Manchester and delivers a tough n ruff roller in the form of "Kush". Lastly Soul Intent brings some serious breakbeat edits alongside eerie cinematic atmospherics with "Eyes Open".
a1. Tim Reaper - Finite Motion
a2. Paragon - Again & Again
b1. Artilect - Kush
b2. Soul Intent - Eyes Open