Elevate/Puja Karna Sangit
"Sometimes things just don't work out. I mean, we all now what they say about good intentions. I guess that is all a matter of your perspective how true those sort of sayings are, but from our standpoint, with regards to LoDubs, there are many artists out there who are unleashing some truly earth shifting tunes, and although we want to help disseminate these works of art to the masses, sometimes you just have to hold back for the right material. Djunya is a perfect example. We first heard him, and his material a few steps back. Among that batch contained the future classics 'Subsol' and 'Contact' which firmly placed him at the top of the pile of practitioners of the sound from the 415. Like many others, we where blown away by these productions, and although they where not within the trajectory of our release schedule, we knew that akin to celestial orbits, things would line up down the road a piece. That happened with 'Elevate' and 'Puja Karna Sangit,' and quite suddenly I might add, as they are among our most recent signings. 'Elevate' is a sprawling gem of a track, which manages to run with a certain ferociousness without being derivative in any way, carrying its weight above a chassis of pronounced yet unheavyhanded breakstep by adding what is natural to such realms, thick layers of keys and bass, but with a purely optimistic feel, that seems to conjure a largely hidden aspect of the spectrum of bass music. Together, all elements seem so perfectly matched about 'Elevate' that is almost as though it is an object carved from wood; as if it is, and always was, meant to be, as it is."