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The inimitable Hybrid Theory drops quite a number on the Party Like Us imprint, providing what quite possibly some of his freakiest material to date. "Take Me Up" is the bomb here, where HT lashes in a bunch of abrasive snares of a broken house beat that's strictly for the floor - those seductive vocals riding over it are the cherry on the cake. Check "Drege" too, whose low end is about as gnarly as we've heard from the man.
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Immoral Music is back with a vengeance! This is the second instalment of their House & Bass series, an anthology dedicated to their closest artists. A lot of familiar faces here, such as Bruzikiewicz and Timestwo, and it's a funk-packed showcase of some of the most grooving dancefloor filth you'll hear this summer. We particularly like the techy vibes of Bad Habit's "Nothin' Bad" and Transcode's bass-techno hybrid, "Where's My Money". This is gonna cause complete mayhem in the dance!
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Jay Cunning's Sub Nation follows up its successful launch release from Dead Belly with another contemporary fusion of rave's finest and most historic elements, with "Damaging" a full-on assault on the senses. All loopy and steppy, it's two parts dancehall, one part ghetto with a cheeky sprinkle of house in there, too. "Show Me Fire" continues to stir the heady brew with elements of classic LFO, ragga vocals and deep-seeded bass that rumbles throughout. Covering more bases than an entire World Series tournament, there are very few 130-minded DJs who wouldn't benefit from this.
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Up and coming producer Ste E follows up the killer Invade EP on Domino Effect with a debut for self-proclaimed "future house and garage" label Xylo. The producer fits right in with "Thousand Times", whose savvy combination of rave-inspired bass, bright stabs and infectious vocals are the kind of thing that might give Eats Everything a run for his money. "Show Me" is a much moodier number, with a darker melody bringing out the melancholy in the lead vocals sample, coming across like the perfect contemporary updating of mid-90s house music.
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