Nectax has shared his debut on Over/Shadow with EP 'Voychek'.
The record features four tracks including a '93-style remix of the titular cut - with the original cutting up dancefloors in DJ sets of names including DJ Flight and Nia Archives - by DJ Sofa. Across each track, Newcastle-based Nectax pays homage to all corners of club music, including jungle, techno, drum 'n' bass, hardcore and footwork.
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"The title track 'Voychek' is almost entirely made up of the Amen break - even the intro pad sounds are an Amen snare with a load of reverb on," Nectax tells Mixmag.
"The track actually started off as a way to kill time whilst on the ferry to Amsterdam. My mate and I thought it could be fun to each try to make a whole tune using just one break; 'Voychek' was born."
'Voychek EP' models part four of the label's Quadrant series, harking back to Moving Shadow - the imprint in which Over/Shadow has evolved from - and its 1994 vinyl abstraction 'Two On One'. As per its inspiration, the Quadrant series encourages collectors to piece together to piece together each release artwork to form a completed image.
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Last month, DJ Flight featured Nectax on her Kool FM show, describing the producer as "one of nextgen jungle’s brightest stars and the provider of a large part of my sets over the last couple years". He's flown the flag for faster sounds in the North East both through his music but also as co-founder of popular party STEREO 45.
'Voychek' EP by Nectax is available now, check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter