Earl Grey – Oblivion Express [1996]

Another cracking release from Earl Grey on a heavy Jazzy DnB tip. Crisp breaks, crafty rolling basslines and truckloads of jazzy piano. Nothing not to love here, crank it up, make sure you bass is warm and you have a beer in hand. A tune to kick back with for sure.

From Discogs
This release came from Rugged at a time when it was building a reputation within the Jazzy Drum and Bass field. It represents a real summertime roller from the man like Earl Grey typical of the classic 1996 period! Both tracks are on a similar tip driven by lively Alex Reece style grooves, waves of string synths and punctuated with jazzy piano keys throughout! Fairly light tracks admittedly, and weren’t really breaking any new ground at the time but they are clean and well produced taking you on a really good trip back to a golden era which should bring a smile to any Drum and Bass aficionado’s face!


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