Published on February 14th, 2020 | by Tariq Ziyad0
Hyper On Experience-Runs In The Family EP
Included in the definitive Hyper On Experience bundle is the ‘Runs In The Family EP’ featuring remastered classics and brand new tracks
Kniteforce are releasing a limited ‘Everything’ bundle of Hyper On Experience tracks on triple vinyl with a 16gb USB and exclusive merch featuring 88 tracks in 24bit Wav and mp3 which includes previously unreleased material sourced from the DAT tapes and remastered. Pre Sale starts 17/02/2020 and is certain to sell out fast. The one off release is limited to 150 copies priced at £79.99 or $99.99
We’ve covered some of the content previously such as the ‘Family We Never Had Reimagined‘, ‘Deaf In The Family‘, ‘Lords Of The Null Line‘, and ‘Disturbance‘ remixes but our focus for this blog is the additional ‘Runs In The Family EP’ which contains BRAND NEW TRACKS!
Track A1 ‘Song For Marc’ is one of those new tracks and is characteristically impossible to pigeonhole as pretty much every HOE production ever! It has a high speed car chase vibe with B Boy breaks, darkcore strings and a bit of ‘Sound Of Music’ esque vocal business. It sounds like Nu Skool Breaks before Nu Skool Breaks was a thing!
Its quite the coincidence that track A2 (also brand new) has a similar title to a new Netflix documentary but there’s zero Cats in ‘Don’t F**k With Crows’ whereas there is a tounge in cheek BBC presenter announcing the words ‘Hyper On Experience’ and ‘Jungle Tekno’, some squishy synths and bloopy bleeps and a take on the Jungle Tekno sound that we guarantee you’ve never heard before!
B2 is also new (see what I did there?) ‘DAT Coat’ has that 93 Jungle style with all manner of quirks from electro like stabs to a wide variety of cut up samples and the oh so HOE signature riff set to bouncey subs and breaks
‘Scatter!!!’ is a previously unreleased gem found in the DATs. The first thing you’ll notice is the familiar ‘Drowning In You’ sample but this is every bit the Hyper tune in the style of early classics like ‘The Frightner’ “, this one goes at a frenzied pace with Detroit Techno pads and a cool amen breakdown loaded with scratches and crazy samples
And the unreleased gems continue with ‘Come On Yea’ (Remix) which sounds very much from the 91 era, similar in tone to early 2 Bad Mice but with that signature sound very present and most notable in the manipulated scream and the off kilter strings tucked away in the ‘ardcore’ riffage
‘Let Me Tell Ya’ would sound right in place on an early Ibiza Recs EP with early era Jungle Tekno busy breaks and deep bass and a little bit of a 2 Bad Mice bassline that will take you back
‘Listen To The Bass’ belongs to the super early hardcore era of Channel X and Set Up System with a tension building intro, a slowed down build up and some manic Breakbeat Belgian Techno with retro computer speech-an absolute treat for rave enthusiasts
The last of the remastered unreleased gems is ’80s Three Stripe’ ” again in the early 91 refrain with Euro influenced synths and a distinctly dark mood that would sit well with The Prodigy’s ‘Pandemonium’ or Bizarre Inc’s ‘Plutonic’
This takes us to the exclusive remixes on this bundle plus a remastered Tango remix of ‘Disturbance’ as nightmarish and brilliant as ever.
Shadowplay remixes ‘Imajika’ into a steamroller Hardcore Jungle beast with added multiple break patterns and some very 92 like additional pads
New Decade of Lifting Spirits fame remixes ‘Timestretch’ with graceful intelligent Jungle style mystic keys and bells while preserving the memorable lead riff of the original and expanding the remix into a stunning slice of retro deep Jungle
Danny Styles’ 2019 remix of ‘Lords Of The Null Line’ concludes ‘Runs In The Family’, flipping the infamous rave classic into a fizzing Jungle/DnB banger with some seriously noxious, seriously fun bass action!
So, to round up, you get 88 tracks in this bundle including brand new tracks, previously unreleased material and exclusive remixes! All that plus exclusive merch!
Pre Save Starts Here 17/02 /2020