The return of the label and new music
The Transference relaunch in 2022 sees the latest release showcasing the outputs from the Future Engineers online Production Sessions.
The sessions have evolved into two collectives operating remotely and in different timezones, each working to deliver brand new pieces of forward-thinking atmospheric drum & bass.
The relaunch also sees the return of Keir Cleminson to the studio, and the duo are set to release new music together for the first time in 20 years.
From the Western Hemisphere, Re:frame’s ‘Recall’ infuses deep ethereal pads and atmospheric soundscapes with an infectious, melodic bassline, driven forward progressively along with crystalline breaks and snarling mids.
‘Soul Ascending’ hails from the East, an uplifting slice of future funk from Audio Syndicate. This is a track that gets down to business quickly with its rolling beats and bass grooving menacingly with dark tones and soothing vocal hooks.
Join our producer network
The aim of the Production Sessions is to take the group through the experience of writing and producing a drum and bass track from start to end, with the finished music being released on Transference.
The sessions give producers of all levels of experience the chance to join a network of like-minded producers who are looking to take their production to the next level.
It’s an interactive experience that allows the group to engage directly with each other and provide in-the-moment feedback.
Members can experiment with the sounds, apply new techniques they’ve learned and contribute to the direction and sound of the track.
“My goal is to empower a new wave of Atmospheric drum and bass producers, helping them take their production to a new level”.
Lee Batchelor, Future Engineers.