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Drum & Bass producer SKC drops limited edition 12"
We’ve snapped up just about every vinyl release we could find from Drum
& Bass producer SKC
in the past two years. The Budapest, Hungary-native’s pulsating,
bass-heavy tracks are perfect when a D&B mix is hitting its mid to
late peak levels, so when record label Commercial Suicide said
it’s "very excited to announce another release from SKC" we got ready
for another day of scouring Bay Area record stores for his latest.
Three of the best
tracks from last year’s groundbreaking album "Killing Me Softly," which
were available only in CD, are now released in vinyl. Also, a
previously un-released track "Headquarter" is also available.
Problem is, with the record label pressing just 500 units it’s a near
certainty you won’t find them at your local record store. So you’ll
have to hit the Commercial Suicide website’s
store section to get your copies. Meanwhile, click here
to listen to Headquarter, the very latest track from this talented
SKC produced his first single in 2001 on New York City’s Inflection
Records launched by Mike Rivera.
He followed with appearances on
various compilations including an EP called "Future Sound of Budapest"
2005. SKC also appeared on some of the top D&D labels such as
DSCI4, Black Sun Empire Recordings, Soul:R, Good Looking, Timeless and
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