Fresh from signing to Viper, Mob Tactics get their gully gospel on with this rampant, electrified roller. Gutsy vocals, gutter bass; there's a lot of this type of drum & bass around right now (cheers Sigma and Fresh) but few cuts maintain such a tight balance of airwaves and underground soundwaves. "Return Of The Snitch", meanwhile, is Mob Tactics going back to their roots with a straight-up filth flinger. Stuttering, shifting, snarling; if you're not pulling nasty bass faces to this, you're technically dead.
When Mob Tactics ask you to "Get Dirty", you just do it. Rip your clothes off, cover yourself in Marmite, hop into bed with your neighbour... Just do what you have to do to fulfil their demands or they'll pummel you with seismic bass until you no longer recognise yourself in the mirror. Hungry for more of said seismic bass? Jump into the "Shark Tank" where hammerheads, copper sharks and wobbegongs nibble and chomp at your ears with no fear of retribution. Snappy!