Release Date - 8th February 2019
On the second TRULE release Al Wootton (AKA Deadboy) drops his first ever record under his own name. Traces of dub, UK garage and techno inform the forward leaning, club-focused sound.
On SELAH, Al creates a driving steppers rhythm shot through with dub manipulations and UK swing.
OMEGA and UNTITLED on the B side continue in the percussive, tracky, swung techno vein of the first TRULE record.
a1. Al Wootton - Selah
b1. Al Wootton - Omega
b2. Al Wootton - Untitled
Release Date - 19th October 2018
TRULE presents its first release and the latest from Deadboy, the Klint EP. Four swung out club focused tracks exploring the meeting point between techno and UK garage music. Deadboy uses a stripped back percussive sound palette with shuffling drums and a hands on hardware approach to create four individual, jacking, crisp joints for the dancers.
Klint is the first release on TRULE, a label operated by Al Wootton aka Deadboy to release straight up dance floor club tracks from across the spectrum.
a1. Deadboy - Klint
a2. Deadboy - Pack It In You Two
b1. Deadboy - Nomos
b2. Deadboy - Many Armed and Faceless
Release Date: 6th September 2019
Al Wootton comes with 4 more UK Soundsystem bangers one on his own TRULE label. on the A side Body Healthy layers dubbed out breakbeats over a heavy 4x4 garage dub while Graver is a clipped and rustling swung out warehouse techno 2 step shuffler. On the B side Bad Sound is a heavy breakbeat rave steppers dub and Prophecy is all garage techno dread.
a1. Al Wootton - Body Healthy
a2. Al Wootton - Graver
b1. Al Wootton - Bad Sound
b2. Al Wootton - Prophecy
Release Date - 24th May 2019
Trule presents the second release from Al Wootton, the Natural Forward EP. More UK dub wise sound system bangers for the club. The A-side ‘Natural Forward’ is a rolling 140 jungle dub breaks mover primed for the sound system.
‘Rahma’ on the B-side is another swung out dub wise techno garage shuffler, and ‘Power Must Change Hands’ is a muscular percussive hardware 2 step tweak out for the dancers.
One for the dub heads, the techno heads, the garage heads, and the dubstep heads.
a1. Al Wootton - Natural Forward
b1. Al Wootton - Rahma
b2. Al Wootton - Power Must Change Hands