South London Ordinance – “Sanctuary” / “Roofy”
Relatively new to producing, South Londoner South London Ordinance has already taken the UK house/bass music scene by storm with a sound that is only comparable to putting house, techno, grime and UK garage into a blender. What comes out of that blender is what has seen support from the likes of UK radio legend Mary Anne Hobbs, as well as other underground contemporaries such as Mosca, Dark Sky, and Hackman. A few weeks ago SLO released his first official 12″ vinyl on 2nd Drop Records. The a-side, “Sanctuary,” is a slow burning house jam with a deep, grime-inspired bassline that could lob even the heaviest bloke’s head off. The aa-side, “Roofy” is a little bit more of a straight forward techno jam, but that doesn’t mean it’s not as fun as the a-side is; the percussion sounds that mimic a bubble gum bubble bursting are what sets it apart from your ordinary deep techno tune. Both songs would be a positive addition to any DJ set, so if you collect vinyl head over here now to add this excellent 12″ to your collection.
Stream both tunes below before you buy: