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PEVERELIST

Starting in 2011, Livity Sound quickly grew to become one of the leading labels in the UK dance music underground. Combining the legacy of Bristol's sound system culture and the futuristic visions of techno, the label forged a unique voice in the contemporary musical landscape. Initially based around a core group of producers, Livity Sound has since grown and diversified, expanding its outlook and roster while retaining its ideals of innovative, forward thinking dance music.

As the label head, Peverelist is core to this vision. Livity Sound builds on his pioneering work with Punch Drunk Records and releases for esteemed labels such as Skull Disco, Hessle Audio and Tectonic. "Tessellations" is his first long player for Livity Sound; a succinct nine tracks demonstrating the breadth of his work and scope of his influences through a snapshot of productions from the last two years. The mood is suitably cutting-edge, as the producer deftly mixes tantalizingly upfront electronics with various mutations of new techno's bump and grind. 


Bass Clef

Promises - Inc. Appleblim & Peverelist Remix

Late November sees the release of the new single by Bass Clef, "Promises", taken from his critically-acclaimed second album "May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way". Available only for a short time as a strictly-limited white label pressing, the single’s lead side is a beautiful remix by two heavyweight bass music pioneers ; Appleblim (co-founder of Skull Disco, head of Applepips) and Peverelist (owner of legendary Bristol label Punch Drunk). Together they take "Promises" into a wonderful six-minute stepper-haze somewhere between Berlin and Bristol, with a deeper-than-deep sub bass, anchored underneath dubbed-out piano and vocal, and a euphoric synth floating through it all. The original album version appears on the flipside, itself a euphorically elastic yet still hauntingly melancholic stand-out track that picked up the lion’s share of radio and club play when "May The Bridges…" was first released late last year, most noteably from Huw Edwards (BBC R1) and Tom Robinson (BBC R6).



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