- 01 Claustrophobic L Nix & Nourma
- 02 Claustrophobic (Tallan & Clause Remix) L Nix, Nourma, Tallan
- 03 Demon Slayer L Nix & Nourma
- 04 Dreams L Nix & Nourma
- 05 From The Ashes L Nix & Nourma
- 06 Planets L Nix & Nourma
- 07 Rainstorm L Nix & Nourma
- 08 Sniper L Nix & Nourma
- 09 Sniper (Steven Lorenz Remix) L Nix, Nourma, Steven Lorenz
- 10 Tell Dem L Nix & Nourma
- 11 Tumultuous L Nix & Nourma
- 12 Urban Tactical L Nix & Nourma
- 13 Worlds Apart (Frenk Dublin Remix) L Nix, Nourma, Frenk Dublin
- 14 Worlds Apart L Nix & Nourma
The Overdue project featuring some of the most talented artists in the game! L Nix & Nourma starting off the year with a 14 track album. Prepare your mind and ears for a long ride throughout vast and refreshing soundscapes smartly controlled by a crisp glide. Just a simple genius stroke, clearly a steady and progressive journey strengthened by remixers and label head Steven Lorenz, veterans Frenk Dublin and the most awaited come back of Tallan who allied himself with Clause to drop-ship the goods! Thomas Terminet joined us once again to give you the perfect visual representation of this master piece, Without mentioning our new collaboration with Felix Tournier from wisserloord studios based in The Netherlands to provide us with the best mastering we could possibly get. Enjoy and don’t hesitate to send your feedbacks!
Iron Shirt are fast becoming one of the most consistent labels for dubstep albums right now. Hot on the heels of their last V/A compilation, and before that Wreckage’s LP, comes this highly anticipated deep dub exploration from Canada’s L Nix and Ukraine’s Nourma. Featuring rubs from some of the label’s closest confidants; Tallan & Clause, Steven Lorenz and Frenk Dublin, From The Ashes is a powerful trip that fires into the deepest of space without so much as a stub of a return ticket. Cavernous, unashamedly bleak and introspective, highlights include the Saharan twangs and ice pads of “Demon Slayer”, the cinematic drama and stark aquatic poignancy of “Rainstorm”, the stadium toms and wry gun load prang f “Sniper” and the minimal growl and shimmering synths of the brilliantly titled “Tumultuous”. From the ashes we all rise… Expect some serious sub turbulence en route.