Out today, the brand new EP from Mofaux on Southpoint is another reason why the record label is one of the most hotly tipped bass music imprints to come out of the UK in recent years.
Since their beginning, they’ve stood as trendsetters and leaders within their genre, bringing forward many of the new artists who are infiltrating the wider dance music scene with their sounds. Heralded by the likes of UKF and many more influential tastemakers, they’ve been making their presence felt with a roster that’s changing the direction of the UK market. Well-known for their pivotal role on Brighton’s Trickstar Radio, they’ve been showcasing the likes of Mofaux for some time now and his brand new release demonstrates why he came under their radar.
Hailing from the South of England, the bass and house producer has been lauded as one of the brightest prospects within his section of the music world. With his unique and crunchy styles of bass synthesis gaining him an enviable following, the announcement of his ‘Make it Go’ EP grabbed the attention of his audience. Comprising of four brand new tracks, Mofaux has been working diligently in the studio to deliver this package and it’s a weighty body of work.
Already receiving a wide range of support, including from the likes of My Nu Leng, title-track ‘Make it Go’ utilises chopped up samples and slowly climbs with you into its eventual breakdown. Then comes ‘Haters’, a party anthem which oozes with dancefloor prowess. ‘Home’ is more minimal in its approach and highlights a different side to Mofaux’s capabilities, whilst Negativ jumps on board for his rework of ‘Make it Go’. The duo injects a more subdued vibe into the original, adding their own signature throughout the mix.
You can listen to the EP below – it’s available to buy/stream and is a highlight within Southpoint’s already formidable catalogue. There’s more to come from both Mofaux and Southpoint, with 2019 looking to be both of their biggest years to date.
Southpoint is leading the charge right now and their releases currently demonstrate this fact.