‘Garage & Bass House’ In his sound design for the pack he recorded various percussive sounds, one-shots and longer phrases created from household objects which included chairs, plastic bags, cans, lighters, the slats on the back of a plastic dinosaur’s tail, and more. Newsome has been lighting up the blogs with his first few releases as well as becoming a favourite of the likes of Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank and Huw Stephens, XFM’s Eddy Temple Morris and Faithless legend Sister Bliss (MOS). Previously known as King Dinosaur, Brighton-based artist James Berkeley aka Newsome has been “tipped for big things” by Data Transmission and described as “Truly genius” by Wonderland Magazine. With a fresh mix of energetic 2-Step beats and haunting melodies, Newsome has a skill of sourcing inspiration from a wide musical spectrum. This collection contains 223 24-Bit samples, including catchy warm and soulful topline synth melodies, essential basslines, rich one-shots, fresh grooves and percussive tops.