Bukkha releases Badda Den Dem EP on Infernal Sounds

Aug 13, 2019
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#016 from the Infernal Sounds camp showcases returning artist Bukkha in his truest form, displaying his versatility and skilful prowess with three earth-shaking tracks. The long awaited Badda Den Dem which features the don Killa P on vocal duties has been tearing up nights all over the globe, having been a signature track in Mala's set throughout 2019, it's an instant draw for anyone wanting to ignite some fury on the dance floor.

The first of two tracks on the B side also features vocals, this time from legendary dub lyricist, Blackout JA, as he fittingly lays down siege with Rise of the Beast. A pure skank out riddem.

 

 

Finishing off the EP is a collaborative piece from Cue Line Records' Gaze Ill and Bukkha, rounding off the EP with an organic stepper, submersing you in dub-wise pressure and a prominent pan-flute melody. 

Emily Dayson once again produces an authentic piece of art to finalise the release with the Chinese inspired artwork outer sleeve. 

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