The follow up from the mighty "Tommy's Theme" which took the D&B and dubstep fraternity by storm recently, the Dutch trio's next venture on Deadmau5's prestigious Mau5trap imprint is "Could This Be". A simmering intro full of tense instrumentals, winding synth lines and gentling smashing snares builds gradually and falls into a reasonably tame outing for the neuro-toting, electro-flirting, genre-defying producers. Despite this, it displays all their prowess brilliantly and there's not much not to like here!
Yet more raucous brilliance from Dutch destroyers Noisia on Vision. Don't be fooled by the title - "Friendly Intentions" has anything but - with pummelling drums and warbling layers of sub bass let loose beneath vocal snatches which are deployed brilliantly. It's jump-up fire from beginning to end, but the Juno favourite is the more stripped back, mangled vibe of "Displaced" in which Noisia create a punishing soundscape of twisted metal and scorched synths; almost like old school Tresor techno beats smashed out of the 4/4 pattern.
Coming on strong after their album of the same name, Dutch trio Noisia drop this EP of "Split The Atom" with some killer remixes. The original's already got enough fire as a deep and heavy breakbeat banger complete with some epic builds. The mighty Ed Rush and Optical speed things up into a charging D&B worker, before stunningly dropping the tempo down back to it's original speed but still keeping the energy flowing. Dubstep producer ???? forensically takes apart "Split The Atom" also and builds it back up in a manic way over a chunky half-step beat. Plenty of bass-heavy fun all round.
The widely discussed, highly anticipated "Tommy's Theme" from Dutch maestros Noisia finally gets a universal release on Deadmau5's Mau5trap label. An epic, cinematic intro with sweeping, euphoric synths, choral elements and tense progressions leads into a tumultuous drop with buckets of synth twisting, electro-house trembles. Falling into a smashing dubstep driven monster, it's all distorted SFX, awe-inspiring edits and raw, gnarly bass, underpinned with crashing drums and choral sample. Quite frankly, you'd be a fool to miss out on this one. Incredible.
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