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Review: A UK production duo who have a fondness for bassed-up breaks, The Random Scarves return to Young NRG for Part 2 of their "Lunch Breaks" series with these two new bangers. "Primordial Soup" sounds exactly how the title suggests - a murky, fleshed-out tune with thick waves of bass layered over punchy kicks and snares - while "Retrospect" is strictly one for the mentalists, with a brilliantly hectic drum pattern carrying a descending glitch-melody.
14 Jan 12
Review: UK producer pairing The Random Scarves turn out the third in their series of Lunch Breaks for the Young NRG label, with two new inventive and forward-thinking breaks bass smashers. "Let's Go Disco" is a fiery and crunchy intergalactic worker that balances soft, string pads with militant dubstep-influenced bass and stuttering leads. "Angry Eddie" continues in the same aggy way, with some serious wobbles layered with some equally harsh vocal shots.
26 Mar 12
Review: Vibrant luncheon munching abounds as The Random Scarves serve up their fourth musical menu. Inviting Matt Wizard to the table for this audio adventure, both the original "Jumanji" and The Scarves' own remix are interesting pieces that defy the usual categorisation. The original is especially interesting; short but sonically sweet, it fuses electro and dubstep in a most understated way. "No Grey Areas" completes the set with a manic, wild-eyed grin as demented synth stabs impishly punch away over a walloping 4/4 beat. We want to have lunch with The Random Scarves - much more interesting than the soggy sarnies in the Juno canteen!
30 Apr 12
Review: "The Random Scarves" is a great artist name, if more than a little odd. Musically, there's little odd about the two tracks on show. Typically for Young NRG Productions, they're booming and floor-friendly, boasting energetic but neatly programmed breaks that should appeal to those who want their cuts to come with a touch of subtlety. Both cuts revolve around wobbling, gnarly basslines and fuzzy guitar riffs. While "Sub Parade" has a touch of rave about it - check those old skool stabs and riffs - it's "Cunning" that stands out. Haevier and blessed with some growling screams, it rocks harder than Keith Richards after a week-long bender.