Graphics

Graphics

Graphics's releases set a dab hand with rough, warm bass and techno percussion against a gift for melody described by Boomkat as "more akin to Apparat than anything from the UK bass scene". With tracks already out on Jesse Rose's Made To Play, superhot London label GETME!, Granholme, Well Rounded / Individuals, Car Crash Set, Wide Angle and Shifting Peaks, his music has also been described by the influential 20 Jazz Funk Greats blog as "a towering example of fractured British dance music" and by XLR8R as a "vibe [that] floats between mediatitively introspective and deeply dance worthy". Mary Ann Hobbs, meanwhile, used his track That Week to smash 12,000 people into submission at her set at Sonar and said, simply, "I adore That Week".

The rest of his music? Graphics ranges through melancholy electronica to punching dancefloor monsters: "A futuristic bass lullaby ... like children playing in snowdrifts through a distant window [Dummy] Should not be overlooked ... lot of heart and a deep range [Fader] We're becoming big fans of Graphics [FACT] Floats between meditatively introspective and deeply dance-worthy ... Graphics seems poised to propel his name into forward-thinking electronic music circles [XLR8R] An impressive balancing act that lies somewhere between the precise percussion of rock/dance ensembles like Battles and a Jamie XX solid bass line with a hearty sprinkle of Berlin techno [i-D] Boundary crossing, genre-transcending tracks [Data Transmission]".

If you like your bass music warm, emotional and, yes, "like children playing in snowdrifts", here's an act you need to check out ...

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