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Underground Vol. 1 sees Peshay returning to his dnb roots, teaming up with Sense to deliver ‘Underground Vol. 1’. An album worthy of his previous esteemed catalogue and attuned to deliver the musical journey that he is renowned for creating.
Underground Vol. 1, the first in a planned series of albums, personifies Peshay as a true eclectic producer. Drawing from a huge array of influences that have made his name Peshay and Sense deliver an album that is set to both evoke and astonish. Title track ‘Underground’ perfectly captures the album concept of multi-faceted underground music delivered with soulful ambience and sheer power. The use of live musicians delivering funk-infused basslines, busy percussion and distinctive vocals lead to an album that is meant to be remembered. Dance floor slammers ‘Face Peel’, ‘The Showdown’ and the soulful bliss of ‘Tell Me’ convey this to a quite devastating effect.
The soulful jazzy vibes that are present in tracks ‘Jammer’ and ‘After Dark’ are expertly crafted and subtly delivered showcasing the techniques required to reach the highest standards that are associated with the name Peshay. No stranger to the darker, menacing sounds of drum and bass Peshay and Sense deliver on the tracks ‘Timewarp’ and ‘The 33rd Floor’ with rolling mystical vibes and nasty basslines. Peshay’s production history is littered with atmospheric tracks and ‘The Last Planet’ listens like a cosmic journey through time and space. Like all forms of artistic expression, Peshay and Sense have conjured an album that invites the listener to paint a picture and ‘Messin with My Mind’ displays this to perfection.