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15 Apr 13
15 May 13
02 Apr 13
Review: Once kings of the psy trance scene, now kings of the EDM/dubstep sound, Infected Mushroom blast us into deepest, darkest space on a technicolour bass rocket. Complete with all manner of glitches, stuttering drums and a grand 4/4 finale, you'll never want to come back down to earth. For the remixes we get all slo-mo and sludgy with Liquid Stranger while Nostalgia goes for more of an angular electro dubstep workout.
17 May 13
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29 Mar 13
Review: It's a trumpet sandwich here as Joe runs the nu-funk gamut with consummate ease and tongue-in-cheek fun. "Swinging Joe" takes the quirky 1920s standard "Dipsy Doodle" and gives it a respectful bass injection from behind while the EP finale "Java Java" ends on a similar horn-heavy swing, this time clicking more of a Latino riddim. Betwixt these trumpetastic slices we get ragga-roused on "See Di Monks" and throw some serious electro shapes to the perky, stuttering chopfest "Double D". Tasty.
22 Apr 13
17 May 13
Review: Reboot! Having set out his eclectic urban funk stall with confidence earlier this year, Johnny's commissioned a series of far-reaching rubs to complement his work. Showing serious potential from the very first rub (the Django Django sampled take on "The Prowler"), it's a hefty package that even includes some very handy DJ tools. Highlights include Mo Matic's staccato, chop'n'shot funk rub of "Maggy Doyles" and AKA's ripsnorting D&B take on "Never Get Old".
03 Apr 13
03 May 13
Played by: Funk And Filth
Review: It's nothing but old skool rave business as Jurassik reminds us why we all got into breakbeat in the first place: pitched down synths, psycho-Charleston breakbeats, bolshy bass, quirky samples and - above everything else - FUN. "Dopest & The Raddest" lives up to its name in every way with an early Prodigy flavoured cheekiness while "State Of Mind" is just that little bit darker and comes armed with various twists in the groove. Think a modern day Shut Up & Dance. Essential.