Deep space vibes abound as Controlled Kaos continues to pummel the dubstep scene with his fine-tuned resonance. Loaded with an eerie eastern twang, "Awakening" rumbles and grumbles with an almighty hollow bassline, hefty kicks and a sweet cosmic drop. "Tunnel Vision" follows; a journey through time and bass, complete with an insanely waspish bottom line, haunting pads and a well developed synth hook that hits you mid way. Just when you least expect it, it's a great way of snapping a crowd out of their rave reverie. "The Force" completes the set, driving the EP right up to the peaktime moments with a double edge bassline and mechanical, menacing groove. Look out for it in the 'does what it says on the tin awards 2012' - a surefire winner.
Destination USA for four star-gazing, forward-thinking workouts from The Widdler and Controlled Kaos. "Sejaiku" is a truly cosmic affair that tips a nod the epic soundscapes posed by the likes of William Orbit and Ulrich Schnauss while "Cloudwatcher" flips the future garage switch with a tight two-step riddim and poignant minor key synth washes. Elsewhere we get all tribal and techy on "Space Melody" while "Within" closes the deal with abyss-level darkness and a deep, driving percussive texture. Massive.
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