Thursday, July 8, 2010

The good kinda Cottonmouth

Here is a talented up and comer with a very spiffy bio and a new EP on the way. I a really happy that Cottonmouth got back in to the game and look forward to hearing his future production. "COTTONMOUTH has been producing music since he was 14 years old when he got the drum n bass bug, which consumed him. Since his early days, his taste in music has expanded into Dubstep/Electronica/Electro/IDM and much more. Cottonmouth has already become a Soundcloud favorite, with a hefty following, he continues to challenge the boundaries of electronic music. He recently had a 6 year break to find himself after a life threatening skating accident, where he attempted to jump the Cheddar Gorge near Bristol, England. He has returned triumphant, with a whole host of new tunes and ideas that are guaranteed to leave your ears wondering what hit them. If the Stapedius (ear) is the smallest muscle in the body, Cottonmouth’s tunes will ensure that even the largest muscle in the body, the Gluteus Maximus (ass) will be unable to hold still and start shaking of it’s own accord.

You can expect a lot more from this artist who has returned from the grave."

Watch out for his debut EP dropping in Summer 2010.

Artist: Cottonmouth

Title: Wake Up

Label: Permanent Damage Records

Release Date: Jul 27, 2010

Catalog ID: PDRX0007

1.“Moving On” opens by paying homage to that pioneer of Dubstep, Johann
Sebastian Bach, with its contrapuntal fugue intro. If that sounds like another
language, not to worry: the bass drops hard, and we’re off to the three-legged
Dubstep races.

2.“Chinese Breakaway” cranks up the intensity and turns the Dubstep wobble
inside out with constant variations over a heavy beat that would make John
Bonham tap his toes and Rick Allen clap his hands.

3.“Stompbox” uses vocal samples and a simple hook to build to several
climaxes, and is a surefire dance floor mover.

4.Closing with the aptly named “Faceslap,” Cottonmouth leaves us wanting
more. The unsettling melody and changing rhythms keep us on our toes until
the final wobbly bass note echoes into nothingness.

Make sure to check out more of Cottonmouth work here:








Latest tracks by Cottonmouth

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