Shogun Audio's a label that really shows no signs of slowing down. Friction's drum 'n' bass baby has been breathing for over 10 years but the quality just keeps on coming.
After a year that's seen the release of a fantastically out-the-ordinary second album from SpectraSoul, a new EP from Technimatic and the 'Point Of Origin Vol.1' comp, featuring some of the label's lesser-knowns, Rockwell's unleashing his debut LP, 'Obsolete Medium'.
A major player on Shogun for the last five years, Thomas Green made his label debut with the moody, glitch-ridden 'Full Circle/'My War' in 2010. Fast-forward to 2013 and he blew Zane Lowe's bass bins at Radio 1 when he performed hyperactive monster 'Detroit'. No, really.
There's plenty of cannons on the LP, too, with a tidy list of features including Sam Binga, Hyroglifics, Phace and 'Hard' producer Breakage. The latter joins Rockwell on the riotous 'Technoir', some real cosmic half-time d'n'b cuisine. Warning: be aware of those subwoofers.
Listen to our premiere of the track and watch the video below.