A fusion is only ever as good as the sum of its parts. When MistaJam’s Speakerbox and the legendary garage label Public Demand decide to pair up for a release, you know something special is in the air.
Creeping in the Dark is a bass and garage fusion of taught and bouncy basslines that stabs and prod their way along beneath the distinctive, free flowing deliveries of Jungle 70. It’s modern, pristine production that glows with a late night neon hue. Scraping percussive slaps, alien FX and rasping synths all twist and turn throughout, demanding you dance, and the main mix also comes with a radio edit, instrumental mix and extended radio edit.
You may know Majestic from his work as Front man of The Wideboys, Micky Slim, Jacob Plant an MC and host for Bass, House and Garage events, most notably working alongside the likes of Skream, DJ EZ, Laidback Luke and MJ Cole and lending his vocals to many an anthem including Mosca’s “Bax
“Creeping In The Dark” is the first glimpse of Majestic’s production chops in his own right and will soon elease his solo productions on MistaJam’s Speakerbox label. While this is the first of Majestic’s productions, he already produces under a number of secret aliases –you probably own a few of his tracks.
His vocal partner for this EP is the mysterious Jungle 70, part of a futuristic crew called Streetbotix who have been programmed to specialise in various street style art forms. For more information you’ll have to keep an eye out for the video when all will be revealed.
After being relaunched with the amazing Disclosure remix of Artful Dodger’s classic ‘Please Don’t Turn Me On’, the seminal Public Demand records is back and firing on all cylinders, ready to build on it’s already legendary legacy with fresh new releases. ‘Creeping In The Dark’ is to be released in partnership with MistaJam’s Speakerbox very soon.