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12 Dec 11
Review: The mysterious 0311 turns in this beguiling five track EP for Concrete Cut. As a member of the Warsaw based Underground Perception collective, this solo outing skirts the outer limits of future dubstep, seamlessly blending the influences. Opening track "System" is a sign of things to come, a skittering garage beat offset with smooth pads and swirling atmospherics. "Warsaw Dream" offers up a female vocal sample and chord stabs while "It's Not True" strips things right back to the core. "White Shadows" ventures further into garage territory while EP closer "Last Nite" has a quirky downtempo feel.
07 Oct 11
06 May 13
Played by: Commodore 69 (Hot N Heavy)
Review: When 123MRK's Noname EP dropped in 2011 creating waves all around the dubstep and bass music scene. Moulding the sound of his generation into a style all his own, the Frenchman suddenly found himself held aloft as an innovator as well as simply a producer of sounds. This remixed release of his seminal EP was a lofty undertaking and the finished item features remixes from some of the future dubstep scene's brightest young stars alongside long-time innovators. From Liar's metalic, lo-fi flavours to Troy Gunner's understated clicks and swirls; ViLLAGE's heart-pounding house remodelling to Heblank's old-school twist, even the likes of Pixelord and ReSketch play their garage-influenced hands to create an all-new modern-day canvas of what exactly bass music is right at this moment. It can never be truly defined, but this is a pretty good encyclopedia.
17 May 13
Played by: Low Slung
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02 Apr 12
Played by: Tee Circus
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19 Sep 11
Played by: Paul Mac, Monkey Beats, Jamie Behan (Bastardo Electrico), Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Cottam, Bunny On Acid, Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Gilus
Review: This appendix to 2562's recent album Fever takes "Aquatic Family Affair", arguably the biggest track from the LP, and delivers an extended recut. The track itself is a sublime garage-techno hybrid of the highest order, as a deep, bass pulse throbs between a skittering beat, and huge organ chords flow across the surface. There's nothing massively different from the album version, but it does provide a DJ friendly version with slightly extended drums. The B-Side is occupied by an epic Shed remix of "Wasteland", taking the playful tone of the original and turning it into a typical warehouse rattler complete with alien sound effects buried deep within the reverb. Taking the already skeletal original and somehow adding a much greater sense of scale, Shed uses the percussive components as a backbone, straightening out the rhythm with a huge kick drum, and giving the whole thing a much moodier vibe by dropping some huge chords at just the right moment.