Intense: 2015 remastered collection part 1

Intense: 2015 remastered collection part 1

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For their latest release “Intense: 2015 remastered collection part 1”,  Keeping Vinyl Alive has commissioned me to do their sleeve art. Being the drum and bass/jungle/bass music fanatic I am, making sleeve art for this legendary trio was something I just had to do.Keeping in mind the origins of Intense I wanted to create something that echoed early and illustrative sci-fi 3d.

Seeing as this part 1 of the remastered collection, I can only guess as to what other gems will be unearthed from the archives.. To which of course I’m very much looking forward to hearing!

“This triple pack limited edition vinyl features ten of the best 1993 – 1997 tracks from the seminal production trio Intense, also known under their earlier pseudonyms Babylon Timewarp and The Whitehouse Crew. Intense created timeless and groundbreaking music that seamlessly charted the progression from old school hardcore to UK jungle / drum and bass, while remaining totally original and unique. Their sound is as fresh and exciting today as it was when it was first created, and this compilation showcases the very best of their production skills.

This triple pack is a both a history lesson and a journey into some of the best music the UK underground scene has ever had to offer. All ten tracks have been professionally remastered and cut by Beau Thomas (one of the original Intense members) at Ten Eight Seven Mastering and will be sounding better than ever before… enjoy!”

 For their latest release “Intense: 2015 remastered collection part 1”,  Keeping Vinyl Alive has commissioned me to do their sleeve art. Being the drum and bass/jungle/bass music fanatic I am, making sleeve art for this legendary trio was something I just had to do.Keeping in mind the origins of Intense I wanted to create something that echoed early and illustrative sci-fi 3d.

Seeing as this part 1 of the remastered collection, I can only guess as to what other gems will be unearthed from the archives.. To which of course I’m very much looking forward to hearing!

 

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