Artist – Bowski
Title – Juno’s Jupiter / Bacchus
SELECTED FEEDBACK: Loco Dice -“nice, wav please (4/5) “ Tensnake -“nice atmospehere on Bacchus and great bassline on Juno’s Jupiter (4/5) “ Rudimental -“Great house vibe, digging this.” Mak & Pasteman -“nice (4/5).” B Traits -“yep will be considering for the show (4/5)” Crazy P -“quality tackle, nice one (4/5)” Komon (Aus) -“support”Christophe (Futureboogie) -“Loving this (4/5)” Justin Jay -“Bacchus is Dopeee! (4/5)” James Welsh -“Having this, cheers (5/5)” Sly-One -“Groovin” Mia Dora -“Bowski – Bacchus is the pick for me, love the synth and hats (4/5)” Sasha -““Cool stuff thanks! Can you please send WAV’s (4/5)”
Blah Blah Blah Records 9th release is mastered and ready to go, and they are proud to announce the return of Bristol’s very own dude, Bowski. Previously an established ‘One To Watch’, Bowski rapidly rose to recognition with his ‘Leggings / Talkbox’ & ‘Poppies’ singles, with the likes of Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Eats Everything, and Will Saul all spinning his tunes, not to mention heavy rotation for his XY-ME and Cassius remixes. Since then Bowski’s existence was beginning to become the stuff of myth and legend, that is until ‘Juno’s Jupiter & Bacchus’ descended into the BBB inbox..
Juno’s Jupiter kicks things off with an air of understated confidence, there are no trends being followed here as Bowski reminds us why his unique take on electronic music has been conspicuous by its absence. Distant voices, hi-hats and claps gently wash into view, whilst sharp beats rumble into existence to enter battle with the lead hook for overall supremacy. Like a gathering storm the enveloping intensity cannot be held back for long, with it finally breaking and allowing the tracks forceful sub laden underbelly to surge into existence. By contrast Bacchus is a more tranquil affair with the deliciously warm Juno powered synth hook powering itself through layers of delightful atmospherics, intricate percussion, and incisive dancefloor centric beats.
Bowski is firmly back, and while his sound may have become more refined and mature he has not lost any of his former dancefloor zeal.