Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind – Until The World End

bse_som_until_the_world_endsDrum & bass stalwarts Black Sun Empire are to follow up a trio of recent EPs from The Upbeats, Neonlight and Pythius with the release of ‘Until The World Ends’ – a five-track, collaborative EP with NZ duo State Of Mind. To be released on January 26th via their genre-defining Blackout imprint, it marks an exciting start to 2015.

Lead track ‘Ego’ immediately sets the tone with growling bass lines and punchy synth-stabs that underpin dark, techy atmospherics and vocal loops.

Second track ‘Until The World Ends’ proves once again both acts’ enduring versatility – kicking off with a bass-heavy dubstep tones complimented by vocal duties from State Of Mind’s fellow New Zealander PNC, before

switching to a manic, intelligently structured groove for the remainder.

‘Bad’ opens with progressive percussion and softly-worked synths that move euphorically to a pounding drum break, whilst fourth track ‘Jack Nicholson’, featuring an imitable sample of the man himself, is a bass-fuelled shockwave of a track. Final track.

‘Moonbox’ closes the EP in true Blackout fashion, with signature frenetic beats and firing drums rounding off proceedings in style.

Black Sun Empire have built a reputation for curating their own brand of dark, neurofunk-inspired drum & bass over the past 12 months and this collaboration with long term accomplices State Of Mind – whom released their latest album ‘Eat The Rich’ via the label earlier this year – feeds into the hype surrounding Blackout as the label looks ahead to 2015.

Tracklist:
01 – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind feat. PNC – Until The World Ends
02 – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Bad
03 – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Ego
04 – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Jack Nicholson
05 – Black Sun Empire & State of Mind – Moonbox

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