[Release] Warfare Recordings presents their Heavy Machinery

The ninth Warfare release is produced by Slovakian upcomer and Bulgarian veteran 


Warfare Recordings continue their successful growth as a young, yet thriving neurofunk label. After eight bang on releases, the Bulgarian-based organization is now ready to announce their 9th EP. Looking back at Warfare's catalogue we see that all previous EPs presented two tracks- a tradition that remains unbroken. Heavy Machinery introduces us to the solo works of Slovakian upcomer Sulex and Bulgarian veteran Smartech. The two join the label's ranks, each with a track, bringing us freshly-coocked, modern-sounding neurofunk. Judging by the name of the imprint, we shouldn't be merely surprised from hearing the heavy-blasting, high-velocity sounds of Warfare's artilery, rich in Heavy Machinery.

Sulex is one of Slovakia's young, promising artists. Here he plays the role of Heavy Machinery's lead mechanic, delivering his ground-shaking 'Gearbox'. The track is characterized by heavy kicks and distinct snares, resulting in a hurried pattern, supported by numerous sounds and a high-speed supportive drum section.

Warfare Recordings' old friend - Smartech, brings Heavy Machinery's fundamental blueprints with his debut track, titled 'Be strong'. Typically for him, the tune is rich in melody and carries a powerful and funky charge. Although it is a common neurofunk track, we can easily label it as a 'roller'. Quickly shifting from sound to sound, yet following a strict arrangement, this track delivers all there is to expect from a proper skankin' tune, making it perfect for a 175+ bpm bash.

The release will be unleashed on the 10th of October. Hear clips of the tracks bellow:


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