Manchester’s first son of dubstep delivers a frenetic five track record, laced with blues, jungle and 90s house music. Ever since 2010’s collaboration smash Murderer with US producer Diplo, Jayou’s been forging a name for himself in the underground dance scene and blogging community.
With his third EP Manga Riddim, he locates the perfect antidote to dubstep’s dark and brooding genesis, bringing a brighter, livelier tone to the table. Hitting up a warped driven bass-line, title track Manga Riddim introduces a keys driven nod to 90s House that is set to bring dance floors to their knees. The EP’s B-track Night Owls gently rewires the A-men break to create an end of the night dub-step wind down.
|Night Owls||Manga Riddim EP||Dance, Electronic|
Dance and Electronic
Bass, Drums, Electronic, Percussion, and Synth
Atmospheric, Bright, Dark, Funky/Groove, Ominous, Party, Percussive/Drums, and Quirky
Film Trailer, Frat Party, Game Day, Make-Out, Night Club, Road Trip, and Strip Tease
Downtempo and House
female and male
Manga Riddim EP