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25 Jun 12
Played by: Roby Howler
17 Dec 12
Played by: Jay Cunning (Sub Slayers)
Review: Despite the somewhat aggressive surname, Watford's bass hero (of Atomic Hooligan/Bass=Win fame) comes across as a rather sensible chap if the lyrics of his latest release are too believed. "See The Signs" provides a rolling, breaky bass backdrop for guest MCs Luke 'Ruthless' Brownhill & Genesis Elijah to flow over in a positive, forward-looking style. The additional remix turns the bass down low for some blazin' D&B action.
27 Jul 12
Review: A lot of people write into Juno and ask how much producers get paid. We'll never tell but we can give you a ball park... Terry Hooligan has a loft just for grooves. He's got another loft for the usual gubbins one might stash in an attic, loft or roof space and he's got a second one specifically for grooves just like this insanely funky-borderline-punky electro shock out. Nagging, pumping and full of silly fills; just when you think it can't bang any harder, in whooshes a downtempo moombahton drop before the mentalism ensues. Do the eclectic spread of remixes meet up to these high standards? Why of course they do. Apparently Terry is chatting to his builder mate to install groove lofts in the house of 601, Kraymer and Aerotonic as you read this very review!
05 Dec 11
Review: Some sweaty hardcore bass-breaks action from Bass=Win head honcho Terry Hooligan, who delivers a swift kick to the gut on "One Step Ahead" - a mix of crunchy, floor-filling electro and scattergun, shuddering dubstep-esque leads. Temper D and Balkansky set off on a suitably mentalist route with their heavy half-step remake, while Temper D goes solo on "Last Days" on for some fidgety, wobble-electro goodness.