The ‘ENERGY’ LP from A.M.C is about to drop and following a succession of hefty, club orientated cuts the full album presents just as much dancefloor vigour. Pulling together records like ‘Mind the Gap’, ‘Look Out’, ‘Instigator’, ‘Courier’ and ‘The End’, you’re also introduced to a host of fresh tracks, all exemplifying how A.M.C is able to inject the same raucous energy from his DJ sets into his sound. Released through his Titan Records imprint, ‘ENERGY’ views A.M.C at a different angle; his production has often taken a backseat to DJing, although recently there’s been a shift – aided by ‘ENERGY’. Alongside the high-arching production levels demonstrated throughout ‘ENERGY’, A.M.C is about to grow his artistry with an arsenal of weaponry waiting to be unleashed.
Title-track ‘ENERGY’ is the first round of new music from A.M.C and it’s already done the rounds globally. Whether it’s to crowds of thousands at Let it Roll festival or Rampage in Belgium, ‘ENERGY’ has garnered chaotic reactions across the world. ‘Reanimate’ gives a different insight into A.M.C’s soundscape, bringing through more of a melodic twist on his hard-driving signature. ‘Clack’ and ‘Nitro’ continue the assault, with the grooving hooks to ‘Clack’ and the epic breakdowns of ‘Nitro’ still pushing the same standards ‘ENERGY’ has upheld since its first single release. ‘Gotham’ is another part of ‘ENERGY’ which has set fans anticipation towards the album’s release. It’s become a defining soundtrack of many nights A.M.C has dominated, and its generated conversation across cyberspace. As a body of work, ‘ENERGY’ sets a bar which many would find difficult to match.
On the 27th ‘ENERGY’ dropped and it signifies what A.M.C has built since the start of his journey. This independent artist put his full weight behind the ‘ENERGY’ project, and it shows. A.M.C which has often been overlooked due to the spellbinding nature of his DJ sets. However ‘ENERGY’ focuses on the production which A.M.C has carefully honed and, it’s easy to hear the dedication which has gone behind his biggest delivery to date.