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Played by: Philly Blunt
01 Dec 11
25 Feb 13
Review: Greenmoney Recordings return with a short but sweet one-tracker from fresh label signing Queenie, a vocalist who's previously worked with Stay+ and Baxta and who makes her production debut on this release. "And Every" is the perfect combination of underground UK house, rhythmic inventiveness and low end bite, with sweet vocals, weighty drums that recall Canadian producer Kevin McPhee and the kind of garage swing of a classic Zed Bias record - an auspicious debut!
24 Oct 11
Played by: Big Dope P
Review: Seriously interesting new bass sounds from French/Swiss producer The Qest on this new Swirl EP, which comes in on an icy crunk tip on the title tune, replete with drums that recall Mele at their best, and very sly vocal samples from Amerie's "One Thing". A similarly coldwave atmosphere dominates on the more upfront "Dey Wanna" which fans of Douster and Savage Skulls will want to get on board with, while "Drop" is a dark, jacking delight complete with some early '90s-reminding rave stabs and bucket loads of gut-punching bass.
09 Nov 11
19 Feb 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn, Bert On Beats, Diplo, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Mike G, Lucent, Top Billin DJ Team
Review: It's pretty fair to say that our Tony likes New York. A lot! This latest arrival from the on-fire Trouble & Bass imprint eschews the hazy trapisms of recent releases and goes for the party jugular. Pumping and housey, "New York Anthem" features some of the deepest bass frequencies know to man. For "Forth & Seek" Quattro enlists the help of Doctor Jeep and B Ames for some saucy breakbeat mayhem.