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Breakbeat

Published on October 22nd, 2017 | by Tariq Ziyad

Try Unity- Try Unity EP

Exploding out of the rave revival, Try Unity are back with another sterling instalment of 1992 inspired breakbeat hardcore, the ‘Try Unity EP’ on vinyl and digital!

If you’ve had your ears to the underground, you will have heard and loved Try Unity’s releases on their own label and DJ Jedi’s Jedi Recordings. The good news is you have 3 more reasons to throw your hands high in the sky and get raving!

Reason 1-‘Forever Free’ (Euphoric Mix)

The rave music of 1992 was full of powerful vocal anthems like Racheal Wallace ‘Tell Me Why’ and the infamous Baby D ‘Let Me Be Your Fantasy.’ With the unbeatable combination of stunning vocals, uplifting pianos and 92 style rave synth mid section, ‘Forever Free’ isn’t just a could be, it is a contender to those hallowed anthems of old.

Reason 2-‘Calling The Hardcore’

Reasons to be (happy) hardcore! ‘Calling The Hardcore’ is so much fun! A happy intro that leads into some wonderfully authentic oldskool ‘ardcore complete with a rap! This is a brilliant ode to the raving days!

Reason3-‘Our Journey’

‘Our Journey’ ventures further forward in the rave timeline sounding like the early 1993 Jungle Tekno of labels like Ibiza. Intelligent and stimulating melodies roll with the breaks, deep drops and ethereal vocals.

In summary, Try Unity present 3 reasons to be happy, fall back in love with 90s rave and stock up on some vinyl!

Pre-Order The EP on LTD Edition Vinyl Or Digital


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