Adam F – When The Rain Is Gone

Adam F’s credentials being a producer are self-evident. After a job that spans over quite a few different genres, they have made an indelible mark on nearly anything everything, including all brand-new areas that Adam F turns his  hand to, from MOBO winning Drum & Bass productions to dealing with much of the biggest stars including LL Cool J, Redman and Missy Elliot. He united the worlds of US Hip Hip as well as UK underground together with collaborative remake of seminal track ‘Larger Than Cool Hop with DJ Fresh in 2010 which got the go ahead from Dead Prez themselves who rerecorded the vocals on your final variation. His latest release sees him stay at the top of his game, cementing his spot in conjunction with the forefront of UK underground in 2012.

His recent ‘Via A Flight collaboration with SonicC immediately caused a fanatical reaction when given away as a download free following support from Annie Mac, Mistajam, Zinc, A-Trak and Zeds Dead and the like, while four of his tracks are already prepared ‘Hottest Record known to man on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show in the previous sixteen months. Now he isn’t wasting any time in returning with huge new single ‘As The Rainfall Is Finished, a track struck through with his undeniable electricity.

The initial mix is actually an anthemic dubstep leviathan. Building around the wave of shimmering arpeggios and orchestral stabs, the vocals are drawn on the blend before the rapidfire percussive crescendo heralds the drop. Because the splashing drum patterns hit as well as the bassline judders it is in the track, the synths soar in the mix providing an effective wave in your vocals to ride. Adam F is joined by Corey Enemy from the VIP mixture of the track, keeping the flailing synth lines in tact while delivering a re-ignited venom along with its growling bass line and glitchy synth edits.

Dub Police lynchpin Subscape steps up initially on remix responsibilities sticking to the essence with the original while placing his unique spin on there. Flipping it with jagged bass manipulations that supercharge the percussion section, cut-glass synth shards fire out off the mix. Burgeoning creation duo Delta Heavy have also rewired the entire track around static synth shocks and also a re-enforced bass line that dips and dives into the low-end among the track, jumping through the entire speakers.

Taking it the actual many different way, revered progressive apartment producer Michael Woods imbues it by a very different stamina. Rebuilding it around a 4×4 anchor, he pares back the synths to provide more area for their swelling bass distortions and drum edits to pierce in the mix.

Despite the unavoidable backlash from the Dubstep Underground, with one of the fastest growing communities, this Adam F track, backed up by strong remixes, notibly from Subscape, this is a dubstep track that has a really strong “main-stream” element and fairly random video. who knows how many more dubsteppers will be created when this one drops on the 18th of March 2012.

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