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12 Sep 11
Drum And Bass
Played by: Anodyne Industries
Review: Coming straight out of cookery school, Genotype earns himself a Michelin star with these two super classy cuts on Psylence's Ingredients imprint. "A Few Too Many" adds fidgeting, ticking breaks to an eerie, dark soundscape, full of ominous chimes and warping sci-fi SFX. The tune segues into the drop with a thick, treacly bassline, formidable subs and a stark, stripped back aesthetic. "The Director", another creeped out, minimal roller, reminiscent of a Renegade Hardware release, takes things to the darkside once again with pounding bass, razor sharp beats and morphing b-line. One for the heads.
19 Mar 12
Review: Genotype is just the latest in an increasingly long line of respected drum & bass producers turning their hand to techno, but this release shows that far from being an afterthought, he has more than justified his move. "Red Bass" has a bit of characteristic D&B swing in its step, with a thick tunneling bass - it's a theme repeated in "Bondage", but with a significantly more sinister vibe. However, it's the inclusion of cinematic D&B aesthetics that really gives the EP its flair - "Injury Time" for example combines a deeper Detroit sensibility with a metallic ambience, whilst the lurching bass of "Hideout" combines with crackly D&B-inspired percussion. Exploring that exciting ground between bass and techno like no other, Deca Rhythm have fast become one of Bristol's most intriguing labels, and this release is another one to add to a strong catalogue.
18 Oct 10
Drum And Bass