Well, if it's the deeper shade of dubstep that you like to bask under, then the Fent Plates seems like a more than suitable DJ's destination. The fresh and energetic imprint returns to our charts with Disparity Of Time, a collaboration between its most productive artists and bass-smiths. Kaido's "Me" opens the 6-tracker with a sweet, seductive two-step ballad, which is followed by Occult & Menik's more mesmeric shades of haromies on "By The Way", and climaxed by Raiku's meditative IDM glitch through "Waiting Bells". Congi's "Somewhat Of A Story" makes it clear that this EP deals in the more experimental side of bass thanks to a stop-start rhythm of the highest calibre, whereas Myst and Aether's own tunes culminate in a dramatic blend of sounds that takes Fent Plates onto new and unchartered territories. Not your average bass label.