Variety is the name of the game as Berlin's Tim Eliot unleashes a quad of uncompromising bass compositions. It all kicks off with "So Loud", a glittering, wafty, dreamer of groove with warm kicks and psychedelic twists. Things get much darker from here on: "Experiment" is a crunchy, industrial halfstepper while "Go Offline" is fractured and more fearless again, sounding akin to an alien invasion circa Hollywood late 60s. "Gear Up" ends us on a more of a classic metallic stabby bass style. Loud, gritty and nasty: just how we like it.
Mad, bad and dangerous, legendary techstep German D&B-ster Tim Eliot, aka Current Value comes to the fore for part one of Guerilla Files Vol 1. Gird your loins as he goes in hard with the ferocity of a bull in a china shop - we're talking lacerating breaks, breathtaking tempos, pummelling drums and relentless and unforgiving energy in "Therapist", and much the same in flipside gem "Overclock". Gein then takes the reins for another supersonic venture into skullstep debauchery with techno informed beats, punching drums and merciless b-lines in abundance. Not one for the faint hearted.