Albzzy Selects 004 Higgo – ’95 EP

Albzzy Selects 004
Higgo – ’95 EP
Release: ’95 EP
Release date: June 21st 2019
Label: Rare Supply

UK Garage producer Higgo steps up to deliver the powerful ’95’ EP on Rare Supply.

Featuring 3 instant garage classics laced with glimmering chords and pads (’95’, ‘Meet Me In The Middle’ and ‘Work’), this debut EP from Higgo showcases exactly what he’s about.

This is an essential release for those partying in the sun, and you can expect to hear any of these 3 anthems dropped in sets around the world this summer and beyond.

I personally absolutely love Higgo’s choice of vocal sampling in all of his releases. Always so fun and playful!
Very excited to follow this incredible producer on his journey.




Albzzy Selects 003: Corrupt (UK) – Real Mob EP

Albzzy Selects 003
Corrupt (UK) – Real Mob EP
Release: Real Mob EP
Release date: June 21st 2019
Label: Nightbass

Returning to the infamous Nightbass imprint, Corrupt (UK) delivers a high-octane 4 track EP titled ‘Real Mob’.

Containing 2 exclusive originals alongside the VIP of ‘Shook’, which was originally released on his ‘It’s Not OK’ EP, Barnsley based producer Corrupt expertly shows off his versatility within bassline and garage.

Kicking off the release is the title track ‘Real Mob’, which is littered with shuffling drums, warm synth plucks and a classic garage bass sound for that nostalgic feel.

A personal favourite from this release is the collaboration with Natz, titled ‘They Can’t Do It’. Following up from their previous track ‘It’s Not Okay’, this track takes it a little deeper with a more bassline orientated sound.

A truly heavyweight EP from a rising star.




Albzzy Selects 002: Loge21 – Groove404

Albzzy Selects 002
Loge21 – Groove404
Release: Groove404
Release date: June 7th 2019
Label: Confession

French duo Loge21 return to Tchami’s ‘Confession’ record label with this G-house inspired stomper ‘Groove404’.
Opening with a drum rhythm hard enough to slap your glasses off your face, the track breaks down to a minimal rising pluck that builds all the way to the drop.

Alongside the vicious drums, the drop consists of repeated vocal cuts and a warm, gritty sub that rolls underneath throughout.
This track is a real testament to the Loge21 guys and their progressing sound. Having personally followed and known the duo for many years, it’s clear to see they are by no means messing around, and definitely mean business.