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You know you’re onto something as a producer when your tunes make Goldie pull a knowing demonic look, a few cheeky throat-slice gestures and drop the elbow like this…
Quintessential physical embodiment of certified gully don’t get any higher. And the Metalheadz maestro is not alone; these are the gestures we’ve all been pulling in some shape or form over the last 18 months whenever a Benny L tune cuts through the blend. If you haven’t, then you’ve been to wrong dances or need to clear your ears out.
Benny is up there with Serum and Voltage as one of this year’s most distinctive bassline sculptors. Obscenely on-point and sonically mature beyond his years, his basslines don’t bang but groan and moan under heavy production pressure. Rolling like old oak furniture being charged across floorboards by a herd of elephants, wheezing like the last puffs being squeezed out of a giant titanium robot, they’re not of this world and remind us of that iced-out, weirdo feeling only drum & bass can conjure.