For our June release, we have procured the prodigious talents of Hungary’s Incident who’s delivered the goods in the form of a weighty three-track EP.
Originally a duo, but now back as a solo act after a long hiatus, Incident has had around 70 released tracks, which include vinyl releases, on an impressive roster of labels that include Fokuz, Celsius, Citrus, Lucky Devil, Disturbed Recordings and more. That level of pedigree is more than evident in the Fevered EP, a stripped back and rolling affair redolent with precise sonic engineering.
Things get going with the title track Fevered, a tune that’s driven by a powerful vocal sample and a wicked switch up that really turns the track up to 11. Sitting in the grey area between liquid and dark, it’s a quirky track and a glorious oddity, perfect for deep heads.
Guess, the second track, has none of Fevered’s ambiguity. It’s a full bodied, crisp dark roller with subtle motes of murk that packs a brooding intro, evolving into a verified shoe chucker. It even has a Mobb Deep sample in it, what more do you want?
The final track, Good To Me, takes its name from the Marvin Gaye sample it uses so eloquently. The track itself is a lush, delicate liquid number ideal for both the incoming summer days and laying down in a DJ set. Heck, you could even throw some rugged techy vibes underneath it and watch worlds collide.
The Fevered EP marks another milestone in Context Audio’s continuing quest to find and release consistently high quality D&B that goes beyond ordinary and treats the ears.