Puppet Master / Hot Glue

Neonlight & Mefjus

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April 9th 2012


A1Puppet MasterNeonlight & Mefjus5:31
B1Hot GlueMefjus & Neonlight5:46

Set up by Neurofunk heavyweight Jade as an outlet for his own work as well as that of his close friends, Eatbrain is quickly becoming one of Neurofunk's most prestigious labels. Already boasting a reputation for daring, filthy releases from some of the scenes' brightest stars, Eatbrain has forced people to take notice from the very beginning, with its first release featuring Jade & State of Mind's 'Here We Go' and 'Audio Hypnosis' from Jade himself on the flip. Now, Eatbrain continues its groundbreaking assault on the Neurofunk scene with a storming collaborative release from Mefjus and Neonlight, two of the most exciting and innovative producers around. Following in the footsteps of Camo & Krooked, Fourward and DisasZt, Mefjus is the latest threat to emerge from the vibrant, bustling Austrian drum and bass scene. Mixing analogue gear and cutting edge production techniques, Mefjus has forged a sound that has already seen him release on labels such as prestigious Bad Taste, Trust in Music, Citrus, and Ammunition Recordings. After releasing their first track on US-based Ammunition Recordings in 2009, Neonlight have gone from strength to strength, with releases on prestigious labels such as Bad Taste, Trust In Music and Close 2 Death, cementing their place in the DnB scene. Eatbrain004 sees the destructive duo team up with Mefjus for yet another edgy dose of Neurofunk madness. 'Puppet Master' Beginning with a menacing intro featuring sound effects and an atmosphere guaranteed to put a chill up your spine, 'Puppet Master' launches into a funk-filled dancefloor number. After iconic melody straight from a horror movie, Neonlight and Mefjus kick things up a gear, bringing the drums and bass in equal measure. Boasting bubbling beats, slick drums, and that infectious melody and bassline, 'Puppet Master' will make the dancefloor move. 'Hot Glue' Another collaborative effort, 'Hot Glue' offers no let up. After a synth field introduction, 'Hot Glue' builds into classic Neurofunk number. Driving forward with a relentless bassline, intricate percussion, and a multitude of sound effects, 'Hot Glue' incessantly chugs forward and switches things up throughout, even including a drumstep section. Yet another banger from one of the most dangerous collaborations around, 'Hot Glue' brings Mefjus and Neonlight's addictive beats to a dancefloor near you.