Brooklyn-based producer Mel G of the Teklife crew just released what I believe to be a legitimately flawless album. The Light is 10 tracks of confirmed heat described in the SoundCloud description as “a unique blend of style and composition focused on juke, footwork, drum ‘n bass, and electronica.” There are moments inspired by Jimi Hendrix next to moments clearly paying homage to old school Nintendo alongside twisting corridors of mental garage. Below is a DOPE mini-mix of the album we highly recommend bumping before you make your way to the Spotify embed in full at the bottom of this post.
The Light boasts fire collabs with DJ Earl, Hank, Nikes, and Durban, all packed full of throbbing bass that just won’t quit. And no two songs sound even close to alike; I have zero skills on the footwork form, but good heavens, this album makes me want to learn. Get your dancing shoes on and get ready for some seriously satisfying tunes manufactured in the heart of Brooklyn, New York courtesy of Black Marble Collective.