Backdraft / Brockie / Callide / Chasing Shadows
Doctor P / Ed Solo / Genetix / Juan BassHead
Markus Schulz / Mat the Alien / Reid Speed
The Crystal Method / Xample
Moments of Darkness are proud to present a brand new heavy weight compilation of their biggest tunes to date, fronted by a brand new Drum & Bass smasher in the form of We Turn On Heat.
Laden with 1970s Grindhouse vocal samples, We Turn On Heat builds slowly from an electro fuelled intro of sweeping string layers and chunky synth keys before dropping into rolling Amen breaks and growling synth bass lines.
In true Moments of Darkness style the drop takes you on a dynamic journey of dance floor chaos switching between funky pad swells, angry bass lines and upfront synth keys as the track thunders between Drum & Bass and Drumstep beats.
Nashville's Bass Music superstar Red Math teams up with reggae band Messengers of Jah to deliver a unique and unsettling fusion of driving Ragga vocals and gritty electro tones set to pumping beats and breaks.
Jah Move kicks off the show with an intro of simple and melodic synth keys and plucks before dropping into all-out Dubstep chaos as the in-your-face vocals weave in and out of grinding basslines and ear piercing formant synths.
Falling Skies rolls out from an intro of analogue synth tones and whacky sci-fi effects before exploding into head-banging Drum & Bass beats backed up by dirty growling basslines, upfront synth lines and panic fuelled effects.
The Death Beats return to form with their latest musical creation fresh from the mean streets of Acuña, Mexico.
Title track Embrace kick starts the show blending electro synth lines and soulful vocal layers before surrendering to the grinding beats and basslines of Tell Me I'm Your Love.
Leaving The Lights rounds off the EP with growling Reece basslines, sweeping cinematic strings and haunting vocals creating a spaciously epic Dubstep anthem.