Your box is empty.

You should definitely do something about that.

Kromestar - Parallel Sound VIPs
Digital
£1.99

Kromestar

Parallel Sound VIPs

Cosmic Bridge Records

Released: 16th April 2012 | 2 track dubstep ep

Kromestar returns to the Cosmic Bridge label in 2012 with two huge VIP re-rubs from his previous release on the label, the Parallel Sounds EP.

An early pioneer of the dubstep sound, Kromestar spent most of the late 00s releasing on labels such as Mala Mystikz's Deep Medi Musik, Southside and Fantastic 3. Since 2010 he's been busy exploring new sonic territories and it is this experimentation that continues to inform his output on Cosmic Bridge. Alongside his forthcoming releases on the Bass N' Love label, Kromestar's output on Cosmic Bridge marks him as a producer genuinely not afraid to continue moving forward and experiment sonically.

The VIP mixes of Don't Make Sense and Outer Limits have been firm dancefloor favourites of both Kromestar's and Om Unit's sets in recent months. Outer Limits is given a beefier rhythmic underpinning while Don't Make Sense sees its catchy lead melody roughened for the darker corners of the club.

The original tracks from Parallel Sounds have received on-going support since the EP's release in late 2011. Label boss Om Unit has of course been proudly hammering them on his Maisonette Electronique broadcasts and Boiler Room appearances (www.boilerroom.tv/om-units-45-min-mix/). Other notable supporters have included Rinse FM's Jay 5ive whose weekly Anti Social show is rarely without a Cosmic Bridge plate or two, Exit Records' D Bridge included both of Kromestar's Cosmic Bridge releases in a recent podcast while Hoya:Hoya's Illum Sphere has also been known to bump Don't Make Sense in the clubs. And there's also been plenty of additional radio and DJ support for the Parallel Sounds EP from across the world.

A digital only release, to keep you tied over until our next outing.

"Kromestar comes seriously correct"
Boomkat
"some of the freshest future funk we’ve heard in a long time”"
Mixmag