Realness Mix – Doomz Night
Breaking news from the deep, dark, and grimy streets of UK Underground House, Realness mix has just uploaded what some may call a warning shot ahead of rumoured sophomore release on Stanky Face Music and a long awaited release on Sub-Surface Records.
Word on the grape is that the Peckham native is planning to release several EPs from his back catalog of bootlegs, after doing a promo run that has seen many DJs within the scene such as Acid Kids (Atk!ns & Pablo Casa), Wookieboy, Jai Baisden, and folks in the unchartered spaces of the electronic dance music spectrum such as myself, spinning the tracks. Feedback I’ve got from audiences has been well received, the tracks are also enjoyable for DJs to creatively blend within a mix, taking a podcast, party, or radio mix from 0-100 pretty quick.
So why the warning shot, why the gun on the cover of the track, why take Azzido Da Bass’ Dooms Night and spin it in UK Deep Underground House, rather than upload the first edition of the remix created [a lot more than] several months ago sampling the same track sent out to a certain record label?
Well it would seem that Realness Mix is the victim of some foul play, and according to sources close to the producer, not the first occasion either. Is this his way of saying that it’s time to go all in?
Many of the artists, producers and listeners I speak to seem to agree on one fact: the only thing separating Realness Mix from the rest is that is that they have a lot of their tracks mixed, mastered and ready to go.
As we venture further into the darkness of the season, as autumn makes it’s metamorphosis into winter, things are about to get real interesting because brown nosers and those with delusions of grandeur in regards to their ‘status’, weight and quality of output within the scene can only change their style so many times before realising they should of stayed an individual.
Observations aside, enjoy the track…