To celebrate that fact, label stalwart BMotion picks his all-time Top 3 Viper Recordings tracks
in Pontypool, Wales and raised on jazz, soul and funk by his pianist
father, Ben Williams was already playing drums and guitar by the time
his voice broke, and began producing drum & bass as Bmotion at
the tail end of the 00s. Early releases came on Rush Records and
Soulvent Records, before he made his Viper Recordings debut with
Feelings in 2014.
he picks his all-time Top 3 Viper Recordings releases, just for iDJ
Brookes Brothers - Anthem
love pretty much every track these guys make, but this one has stuck
in my head from the first listen. I love the simplicity of the intro,
and then the horn riff that comes in is just a killer! And of course
a great vocal, as is the case in all Brookes Brothers tracks. I think
these guys are great songwriters, and I think their style of D&B
is due a comeback after all the in-your-face shoe-throwing that
happened in 2015!"
track doesn't leave my sets, and smashes it every time I play it. I
don't know how Paul does it, but he's got a knack for getting really
strange sounds to cut through big-time in the mix. I remember hearing
this track in Futurebound's car
for the first time, and I kept hassling people until I got a copy of
it! I look forward to all of Paul's releases, and like I said I
particularly like his talent with manipulating weird stuff."
- No More Heroes
one that doesn't leave my set - it's a total head-smasher! Cyantific just
keeps coming out with banger after banger. I don't know if he's going
to stop one day or if he's some sort of machine, but he needs to give
everyone else a chance! What I like most about his productions are
the little things in the background, the things that hardly anyone
probably ever hears, but that make the difference between an average
track and something truly special. And you can't beat all
the 80s sounds!"