Described by the die-hard Grime blogger Hyperfrank as "one of the best releases of the year", Teddy Music's 'Wow Bass Level 4' EP is due to be released on May 29 the newly established Teddy Music Label: six instrumentals of pure hype.
Whether it’s the menacing beat on the aptly titled ‘Afghan’ which boasts P Money, Blacks and other grime royalty on their forthcoming ‘Blacks & P’ mixtape or the hard-hitting orchestral-infused ‘Carlsberg’ used by JME on the much talked about BLAM! album, Teddy Music has created a confident, concise and bold E.P. The unashamedly brazen oscillating synths and 808s on ‘85%’ (which provides the backbone to Sharky Major’s ‘Do Dis Ting’ featuring Griminal) and ‘Grime’ (which lies at the centre of a forthcoming Teddy Music project with Dot Rotten, Lil Natsy, Griminal and Ghetts) give ‘Wow Bass Level 4’ a distinctly fierce feel.
“Again more essential beats from arguably the top grime producer right now. Mixing aggression, energy and swing in just the right way to give you that vibe you can only get in grime.”– Logan Sama (Kiss FM)
In celebration of the E.P release, the trendy Shoreditch nightspot East Village will play host to the official launch party on Wednesday 25 May. Looking to mark the occasion in style, Teddy Music will be inviting his supporters to party alongside him and a few familiar faces at the east London venue. With appearances from special guests such as P Money, Kozzie, Dirty Danger and Logan Sama to name but a few, this is the number one event for any grime fan.
Wow Bass Level 4 will be available digitally via the following outlets: iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Juno, 7 Digital, Play.com, Tesco, Mixmag Digital, Traxsource and many more.
Amazon link here.
Definitely a must buy when you get the thumbs up by the two most respected and influential writers in Grime JP and Hyperfrank.
" [...] he has proven that he is still one of the most talented producers in the grime music scene today. Loving 'Afghan'.. – Joseph JP Patterson (MTV, VIBE Magazine, BBC Radio 1)
"Buy it now or lose your ear to the underground pass." - Hyperfrank