Eatbrain continues to be a fertile ground from which the best and brightest neurofunk warriors of the future are bred and born. Perhaps none other than the Ukrainian duo known as Agressor Bunx has taken this promise to an extreme. Exploding onto the scene a little over a year ago, the duo has been on a non-stop assault with tune after tune rolling through on heavyweight imprints ranging from Blackout, Trendkill, Bad Taste and Ram.
With a level of productivity that belies their newcomer status to the scene, the duo levels up and proves they’re no flash in the pan with their debut album, Properties of Addition, on Eatbrain. Its mutated funk is of the highest order as the crew dial in their sound and provide a mix of cinematic-influenced soundscapes stitched together into a long-player narrative worthy of being listened to from top to bottom for maximum effect.
With an equal touch of step and bounce and straight-up mosh-pit fire, there’s no doubting that the crew are in full control of the power they’re wielding at their fingertips. Each tune off the LP is just as likely to smash up the festival as they can the underground battle-hardened warehouse. This ability to bridge both worlds is where the true electricity in this album can be found as these weaponized beats not only ride the line between pulverizing pain and feel-good funk but are guaranteed to have the squad up in arms and screaming for more.
It’s a massive statement from the Ukrainian crew so check the 18-track behemoth below and lock your own copy of this beast in here.