One of Birmingham's finest grime ambassadors, Preditah adds to his armoury with four more angular, uncompromising workouts. "Jack Up The Tune" swoons with lavish strings but belches with mischievous bass gurgles, "Threat" has the same string/bass combo but with heaps more emphasis on the menacing low-end, "Cookies" has a sexy UKG swing to its groove while "Groupies (2013)" sees him returning to his proto-dubstep two-step jam with more subtlety and a sprinkling of pianos. The futuro's bright, the futuro's Preditah.
Brummie producer/MC extraordinaire Preditah does the honourable thing with Craig David's finest moment; chopping up his memorable chant from 2000 and slapping him down over a bulbous bass house jam. Rewind material... Literally. Remix-wise a whole array of vibes await; Cahill get their mid-'90s prog twinkles on, Dexcell let fly with a murky timeless D&B roller, Dr Meaker go for a late '90s Full Cycle D&B vibe, Majestic gets an awesome future-G shuffle on while adding a little spooky dynamic in all the right places, Vanilla Ace and Dharkfunkh throw down a very cool, understated garage strutter while Wilfred Giroux looks towards the mid-2000s Get Physical / Made To Play type of jack. Rewind selectors!
Pure headphone and home-listening inspiration: Peditah's Fabriclive mix comes strictly mixed form and it's a straight up snapshot of bass music's raw and healthy state right now. Bulging with bangers and exclusives from the likes of DJ Q, Wiley, Bassboy, C4, Mr Virgo and loads more, the Brum badman takes us from the sublime house of Black Loops to the riotous grit of Solo 45 and all shades in between. Fluid and fiery, all recorded in one take, Preditah's delivered one of the most on-point mixes Fabric have released in a long time. Essential listening every time you touch road.
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