Release Date: 31st January 2020
The year is 2020 and AMIT returns to AMAR with another 2 track 10 inch. Rather than bore you with an explanation of what each track does with a thesaurus led description, we simply ask you to listen and make up your own mind.
Support from: Randall, Aphex Twin, Machinedrum, J:Kenzo, Thom Yorke and Loxy.
a1. Amit - Points In Time
b1. Amit - Wake Dub
Release Date - 12th October 2018
AMIT Presents 'Splinters'. 'A generation of eclectic artists all under one roof'. Splinters is an anthology of electronic music from some of the most exciting established and emerging artists working today. Each bring their own unique style, flair and vision to the album, weaving together their disparate voices to create an aural kaleidoscope.
a1. Amit - Cold Blood
a2. Om Unit - Maths
b2. V.I.V.E.K - Killa
b2. SHRLOK - Falling Awake ft. Theo
c1. dBridge - Own the Town
c2. Moresounds - They Can't Handle It
d1. J:Kenzo - Nal Hutta
d2. Oris Jay & Chris Innasound - Ghost & Darkness
d3. Krust - Escape From Finland
e1. Au & Jesta - Just Don
e2. Danny Scrilla - Clockwerkz
f1. Von D - Ah So Let It Go
f2. Akcept & Another Channel - Don't Believe
f3. Mønic - Storm Doris
Released 6th May 2016
Danny Scrilla rode into town and remixed AMIT’s ‘Fatty Batty’, yes I agree that does sound dodgy. He then made a corker of a flip side and we all rejoiced, the end. Supported by the sickest DJ’s going. Rewind counts have been off the chart. Banned by most radio stations.
a. AMIT – Fatty Batty (Danny Scrilla Remix)
b. Danny Scrilla - Lighter
Released 28th October 2016
NZ based artist Akcept joins up with AMIT’s AMAR label for a journey into Dub/Reggae inspired Bass music. Akcept is an artist who is just on the cusp of breaking through having been picked up by Truth’s Deep Dark & Dangerous label for their recent compilation and about to appear on NZ’s very own Averted Vision label. A solid producer who’s making his mark with this release.
a1. Peace Pipe
b1. The Streets (feat. Clinton Sly)
Released 4th September 2015
Hot off the back of his ‘Four Stories’ EP AMIT returns with another bold instalment on his beloved label AMAR. Armed with a Trombone, Melodica & serious sub pressure, AMIT delivers a chunky number in ‘Fatty Batty’, this composition has be best described as both “Fatty Batty by name and nature”.
For the Flip, AMIT delivers a nostalgic Dub/Jungle/Halftime number in ‘Operator’, reminding us of our past, present and future.
Support from Youngsta, Mala, OM Unit, Machinedrum, Doc Scot, Dbridge & J:Kenzo.
a. AMIT - Fatty Batty
b. AMIT - Operator
Nomine delivers the fourth instalment on AMAR, a four track EP containing a variety of different styles & grooves. Armed with Tibetan bowls, hand drums & a black belt in Jiu Jitsu, Nomine unleashes an array of powerful compositions that will make your brain think and your soul feel.
Each track evokes a number of different thoughts & feelings, such as social exclusion, nostalgia and tribal domination.
Support from Toddla T, Thom Yorke, Youngsta, Plastician, Paleman,
Addison Groove & Giles Peterson
a1. Nomine - Voodoo Native
a2. Nomine - 99' Aachen ft. 9er
b1. Nomine - Empty Rooms
b2. Nomine - Closed Doors
After many hours spent fishing, AMIT returns with another four track EP on his beloved label AMAR.
Without being centred on any particular sound the '4 Stories' EP is collection of tracks ranging from 120 - 170 BPM, covering sociopathic hunts, derelict towns, a victims song and programmable mind chips.
With support from a variety of front-runners such as Machinedrum, Skream, dBridge, Jimmy Edgar, Goldie, Youngsta, Doc Scott & Nomine these 4 stories have been told the world over.
a1. Amit - The Hunted
a2. Amit - Chalvey Town
b1. Amit - Survivor ft Rani
b2. Amit - Mind Over