The follow up to Altered Perception’s debut Vortex EP has landed!


Worldwide release 17.03.17.

You can also pre order from iTunes or Google Play for Worldwide release 17th March


Notable DJ Support

TC                                              10/10
Nicky Blackmarket                     10/10
Logan D                                       9/10
Rene La Vice                                9/10
Drumsound & Bassline Smith      8/10
Kolectiv                                         8/10
Ed Solo                                         7/10
Aries                                              7/10
Ray Keith                                      7/10

Blog & Radio support:
Ujima 98fm, Kool London x2,, WUTKFM (KnoxvilleTennessee), Dream FM, x2,, Future Sounds Radio x2,, Four Aces Radio, Rough Tempo x7, DNBVault,, Cre8dnb x3, Darksyde, HushFM (USA), Bassdrive, Renegade Radio x2, Dose Radio, GFM 96.6 & Brum Radio.

Altered Perception
Isolate EP

Label: Infidelity Records
Catalogue Number: DBINFDLTY10
Release Date: 03.03.17 (Beatport Exclusive) / 17.03.17 (Worldwide Exclusive)

1. Fortify
2. Isolate
3. Oppressed
4. Throwback

Altered Perception returns to Infidelity Records for the follow up to 2016’s ‘Vortex EP’. The Bristol based, Leeds born producer brings us a fresh 4 tracker more than worthy of the label’s milestone 10th release.

His prolific run of releases across various reputable labels continues with ‘Isolate EP’, an amalgamation of styles showcasing his evident penchant for eclecticity.

‘Fortify’ is a meaty roller, catering to the current spike in neuro-influenced drum & bass, but executed with ruthless proficiency, whilst still somehow maintaining that stripped back edge the producer has become known for.

Quirky stabs and clever use of percussive elements in the title track, ‘Isolate’, compliment the smoother than smooth sub in a gloriously harmonious way, giving this track a cheeky yet driving dancefloor vibe. Guaranteed pleaser.

‘Oppressed’ is clear evidence of how the producer is demonstrating his eclectic style across this project – a bridge between modern tech sounds and amen break fueled nastiness, a real piece of work this one.

‘Throwback’ – a raucous break and sub-line that wouldn’t be out of place at an oldschool jungle dance, accompanied by ragga vocal samples, let us in on the the reasoning behind the tracks title.

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