Monday, 14 November 2011

GREENMONEY: 'Major Notes - Jungle Book EP'


The guys over at Greenmoney have been putting the work in over the last year or so. Many of you will know their own production in it's own right, with an EP on A-Track's Fools Gold and having crafted a bunch of remixes for the likes of Cubic Zirconia they continue to push Bass music and funky inspired club records in a great direction. Not only satisfied with developing their own sound, they have also put out some truly great records with the likes of Mista Men, Hardhouse Banton and Roses Gabor. Their next EP is available to stream on their Soundcloud and is well worth checking out.


Their latest offering is the 'Jungle Book EP' produced by Major Notes. The North West London producer who originally honed his craft in the UK Hip Hop scene has found a new lane creating tribal and syncopated influenced beats. Notes is adding yet another new and exciting layer to the flourishing Bass and Funky House scenes.

Greenmoney hooked us up with a promo mix of all Major Notes' own productions, which serves as a great introduction to the producer. This is the sort of sound synonymous with the label and gives a significant nod to their self-coined 'Bashment Ouse'.


(All tracks by Major Notes)

Troublesome '11 Refix
March to the tribal (Notesy Mix)
Major-ity rules
Sick 'ed
Off Sync
Blow your load
How Low?


The Jungle Book EP is available to download at Juno HERE following a week long exclusive which saw the EP hit number 1 on the Juno Garage chart. It's available at all other good digital music outlets as of today.

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