Artist: Oby Nine
Date: December 1st 2014
Written & produced by: Jasper Spobeck
Mastered by: Jasper Spobeck
Artwork by: Jasper Spobeck
Crosstown is Oby Nine’s gift to Rotterdam and the rest of the world. His ode to the city consists of four original tracks by Oby Nine and one massive remix by Brighton’s (UK) rising star Moony. Rotterdam is a catchy party starter which leans towards the original 2-Step sound with a progressive twist.
The next track entitled Woohoo stomps right into your eardrum with a heavy kick driven rhythm accompanied by tantalizing synths and a very catchy voice sample to stick around in your brain. Just Go Wild takes Future Garage to a next level with dreamy pads and a heavy bassline to go with that. The title itself says enough about this tracks’ intentions. The original version of Aspire and the remix by Moony are almost opposites like night and day. The original track delves into the darkness in a very sensual way with its hypnotizing pads, while Moonys remix brightens up your day and makes Aspire sound uplifting with the edge the Brighton native is known for.
Bondi – WooHoo is big. Jus Go Wild is fresh.
Nasty FM – Good Stuff Moony remix killoing it as always. Sick release from our follow Rotterdam gang!
KidKameleon aka Matt Earp – Who knew that Rotterdam was the 2nd city of UK Garage after London 🙂 Solid stuff – Woohoo really grabs me, but the whole thing’s clearly quality.
Jay Scarlett – lots of variation to chose from on this diverse Ep, One to watch!
DJ Gomes (22tracks) – Aspire is dope!
DJ + – R’dam has got a niiiice vibe!
Halp – vet! Aspire zeker mijn fav
Pixelord – great beats
DJ Elephantpower – nice
Ra Malone – A very elegant album. I liked all the tracks.
High on Beats – Really solid release. Great bass heavy sounds. Great variety of vibes and influences across the release.
Bevin Campbell – Nice, stoked LR are getting into garage 🙂