Submorphic’s debut release on Liquid V, the Burnside Park EP brings together four sublime Liquid Drum & Bass rollers featuring the vocal talents of T.R.A.C. and Christina Tamayo - as well as an amazing remix from Lenzman.

Since beginning his career, San Francisco based Submorphics has worked his way through the ranks, with his smooth, soulful style earning him releases on some of D&B’s most important labels. With a discography including Good Looking Records, Innerground, Hospital Records, Spearhead and most recently Liquid V Club Sessions with the melodic, ‘Burning Love’, Submorphics now drops his debut EP on one of Liquid D&B's finest imprints.

The Burnside Park EP combines timeless production and outstanding vocals skills. Kicking off with deft wordplay from one of the most exciting vocal talents to arrive on the D&B scene in years, Brooklyn's T.R.A.C. spits East Coast flavours over a sumptuous rolling beat brimming with sunshine vibes. Metalheadz favourite Lenzman fuses swathes of bass with iconic vocals, with his effortlessly chilled take on the first Submorphics track on Liquid V. Changing the pace and style, the title track sees Submorphics draw for the amens on a classic jungle vibe, whilst Forward Boulevard featuring Christina Tamayo fuses ethereal vocals and atmospheric synths for an old school track with new school polish.

Support on BBC Radio 1 / 1Xtra from Friction for 'Higher Ground', and a 'Remix of the Week' accolade for the Lenzman remix of 'Burning Love', as well as spins from Crissy Criss, Artificial Intelligence, Bailey and many more.