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01 Oct 12
14 Aug 12
26 Nov 12
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn, Mike Millrain (Soul Revolution ), Bert On Beats, Empresarios - El Video Killer
Review: Midlander James Vine, aka Enigma Dubz, deals in tough, straight up, party-rockin' beats. Now he's back following a recent split EP with Sub Antix with his own solo release and it's a banger. "Fresh" features filthy post dubstep chugging bass and a messy 2-step swing. ""What Must I Do" is all heavy wobble craziness and an infectious hands-in-the-air female vocals. Finally things end on a head-nodding, sinister vibe with the menacing electro-dub of "Without You By My Side".
01 Aug 11
10 Oct 11
17 Dec 12
Played by: Winter
Review: Grimey vibes abound on Four40 as Enigma, Screama and Trilla rep the 0121 emotions. Enigma's beats are the perfect balance of heavy presence and eerie melody while allowing enough space for Screama and Trilla to trade melodic bars with each other. The remix-list is mind bogglingly good with all flavours catered. From slinky, well-polished two-step (El-B) to haunted house trap (DJ Cable) via savage breakbeat garage (Filthy Vicars), Four40 have curated a very generous package that will suit every shade of bass addict.
07 May 12
UK Funky/UK Garage
10 Oct 12
Review: A very cosy triptych of vibes from Enigma Dubz and Sub Antix here as they each delivery a piece of their own and get lively on a serious collabo flex for the EP's title track. "Easy" starts off as a very charming slice of a deep dubstep but as we progress we find things take a turn for the sleazy as a gritty off-beat bass riff worms its way into the mix with mischief and surprise. Sub Antix's "Gully Youth" is an altogether more aggressive affair with ghetto-style rolling hi-hats, chest-pummelling kicks and icy alien sub-melodies that entwine with edgy 8-bit phrases. Enigma Dubz finalise the show with the darkest chapter of the EP as "Aliens" rolls with savage hollowed bass tones and some well known movie samples...