Welcome back to the The Rinse, where we profile the hottest new drum & bass for the week. For this week’s episode, we travel into the lowest register of the audible spectrum, showcasing a few sub-bass torpedoes from Fearful, Amoss, and Bungle. We also hit the dancefloor with a soulful stormer from Random Movement, and tantalize the tympanum with some intelligent tracks from Keeno and Reso. Are you ready for some bloodclot jungle techno?
Reso – Coming Back to You (Original Mix) [Hospital]
Reso delivered a massive album a few weeks ago called Ricochet on Hospital Records, and we had to revisit it once again since the man himself curated last week’s edition of The Rinse. This track chosen from Ricochet is called Coming Back to You and features an airy piano pitched against glimmering, scaling synths. The vocal pays homage to Ashanti’s classic R&B hit Foolish, imbuing it with an addictive familiarity.
Vandera – Ring the Alarm (Random Movement Remix) [Fokuz]
Random Movement consistently brings the deep grooves, and this time he impresses with his remix of Vandera’s Ring the Alarm. The Floridian is one of the brightest spots for US D&B, delivering hits across labels like Innerground, CIA, and a multitude of other respectable labels, and his skills are evident in this rework. With the original only a few weeks in the rearview, this smooth remix of Ring the Alarm on Fokuz Recordings is sure to summon a few fire trucks.
Keeno – The Moon Under the Water (Original Mix) [Med School]
Keeno is a supremely talented, up-and-coming 19-year-old producer hailing from England who recently dropped a rare gem on Hospital sister-label Med School. His latest work comes in the form of a four-track EP called Preludes. This selection is called The Moon Under the Water and features a very unique choir-like sample as the song’s lead instrument. Keeno’s classical background is ever-present in the tune, delivering copious amounts of musicality from beginning to end.
Bungle – Arcadia (Original Mix) 
The Brazilian veteran Bungle is back with another storming salvo, this time unleashing a four-track EP that’s ruggedly crafted, and hand-tailored for the dancefloor. Out on Doc Scott’s 31 Records imprint, Bungle’s Alone EP is dark and aggressive, with the track Arcadia standing out as one of the nastiest of all. A persistent bassline carries the track along, only simmering when an ethereal pad materializes during the track’s bridge.
Fearfull & Amoss – Carcosa (Original Mix) [Diffrent]
There is bass, and then there’s the long-throw waveforms deployed in Fearful and Amoss’ new track Carcosa. Plucked from Fearful’s stunning new EP Mechanism, Carcosa is not meant to be experienced on laptop speakers. Much of Carcosa’s sonic information is below 100 Hz, making a good set of monitors mandatory. This is one track that will be doing quite a bit of damage in the club this summer–likely in a literal sense.