The double-disc compilation features new and old tracks from the innovative bass label.
Hotflush Recordings will release a compilation of new and old tracks this spring called Back and 4th.
Few labels have shaped recent UK bass music as much as Hotflush. Soon after its conception nearly eight years ago, it became a trendsetting source of dubstep. More recently, following a move from Bristol to Berlin, it's been blurring the genre lines within UK bass (dubstep, funky, drum & bass, etc.) while also weaving in elements of house and techno. Back and 4th collects nine of the label's biggest tracks from the past few years, such as Mount Kimbie's "Sketches on Glass" and Joy Orbison's "Hyph Mango," the latter of which was RA's #1 tune of 2009. It also presents ten exclusive new ones from artists like Roska, Boxcutter and newcomers Sepalcure. The collection is unmixed, and will be available on triple vinyl as well as CD.
01. Sepalcure - Taking You Back
02. Boxcutter - LOADtime
03. Boddika - Warehouse
04. dBridge - Knew You Were The 1
05. Scuba - Feel It
06. FaltyDL - Regret
07. Sigha - Fold
08. George FitzGerald - We Bilateral
09. Incyde - Axis
10. Roska - Measureless
01. Mount Kimbie - Sketch on Glass
02. Scuba - Twitch (Jamie Vex’d Remix)
03. Joy Orbison - Hyph Mngo
04. Mount Kimbie - Maybes (James Blake Remix)
05. Sigha - Expansions
06. Untold - Just For You (Roska Remix)
07. Scuba - Tense
08. Untold - Sweat
09. Pangaea - Bear Witness
Hotflush will release Back and 4th on April 4th, 2011.