Release Date: 25th March 2016.
Trojan Audio extends its battle plan by introducing the talented Parisian Argo to the team, with remix support from Tempa / Wheel & Deal bass veteran LX One. We promise you that this is one of the releases you’ve been waiting for in 2016 – be warned!
Argo’s ‘Recurrence’ is a hard knocking original that simply doesn’t mess about. The Parisian outs his second vinyl appearance through delivering a dub-oriented, heavyweight half-stepper. This top-drawer production reveals the talent’s immersive skill set that has been developed in less than two years.
Since Argo’s first release on the firmly respected FatKidOnFire imprint, he continues to raise the bar while slaying the weak. He isn’t the youngster he used to be; he has outgrown many music producers in matter of months.
Tempa’s LX One delivers a mammoth flip side to Trojan Audio’s second 12” outing. Known for his power jams, specifically designed for the best sound systems in the world, the bass colossus from the UK knows the score. Bursts of powerful low-end go hand in hand with merciless roars and heavily handled tension. By executing his trademark sound with bare precision, the producer succeeds in crafting an already notorious remix for the Trojan Audio record list.
We’re proud to offer such unparalleled production to our strong group of fans. Trojan Audio’s imprint is slowly but steadily maturing into something very defining. The imprint hereby reveals the appearance of two jam makers that bring music to the table that is heavy as stone.
a1. Argo - Recurrence
b1. Argo - Recurrence (LX One Remix)
Trojan Audio’s inaugural release features Bristol’s Ollie 303, backed with a remix by Tempa’s AxH.
The original version of ‘Glastonbury South East’ marks Ollie 303’s first 12” release. His refreshing take on the current dubstep sound fits Trojan Audio’s vision and shares common grounds. Moody growls, throbbing bass galore and ghost-like ambiances blur the reality of listeners’ perception. This grimy affaire reveals the producer’s aggressive stance and ability to translate real-life experiences into matured music content. Loud volumes and a proper sound system are recommended.
AxH’s re-work adds even more body to the underlying foundation of the original cut. A steady hi-hat and reinterpreted synth guide listeners through a realm of sinister frequencies, all converging to form an intriguing flipside to Trojan Audio’s first outing. The American producer who got picked up by the legendary Tempa Records proves he is the right man for the job. He incorporates his inventive take on bass music, delivering a ground-shifting dubstep track supported by many valid heads.
a. Ollie 303 – Glastonbury South East
b. Ollie 303 – Glastonbury South East (AxH Remix)