Meet Maraki Records, New Label run by My Nu Leng and FineArt
The UK scene just got bigger with a new label on the way. Bristol bass duo My Nu Leng, and Brighton drum and bass DJ and producer Friction, under his new bassline-driven alias FineArt have just announced a new labor of love, Maraki Records.
The label will start with FineArt's EP In Too Deep that features track 'Border,' a collaboration with none other than My Nu Leng which is scheduled for release on April, 7th. The new label is expected to focus on darker bass end of house music, looking to explore new places between house, bass, and garage music.
As told by the label in their recent interview to UKF.com, it's all about the fresh beats:
“We are very excited to bring Maraki Records to the world – a platform to release new music from ourselves and to support the new and exciting talent we’ve been supporting in our DJ sets. It’s all about fresh music with both integrity and big bass-lines. Music for the ﬂoor. Enjoy!”
Jammo and Tommy, known as My Nu Leng are duo from Bristol, UK. Originally from High Wycombe and Kent, they met in Bristol and formed My Nu Leng. The new project embraced the city itself, and its legacy, combining electronic genres like drum and bass, dubstep, UK garage and grime with influences of legendary acts such as Massive Attack and Portishead who helped to define the city's sound. My Nu Leng quickly gained respectable fan base, and toured all over Europe, United States, Asia, to Australia and New Zealand.
Brightons finest, drum and bass DJ and producer Friction is one of the important names on the UK scene. Over the years he build his status as one of the best representative of the genre, and even earned his inauguration into D&B Hall Of Fame at the 2011 Drum & Bass Arena Awards. FineArt is his new, bassline-driven alias.