Nirvana seem to have avoided the all-consuming bootleg machine. With the exception of a few rubs of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" they've remained relatively untouched - until now. The clue's in the nom-de-plume: the unidentifiable K Kobain takes "Drain You", twists Cobain's sermon into a heart-shaped sine wave and fuses it with walloping, industrial strength breakbeats, cheeky LFO-style bleeps and snappy, snarling grater-bass. With serious attention paid to the razor-riddim, this certainly isn't your standard 'cut n shut' style bootleg. There's even an instrumental to show just how heavy the groove is. Exceptional.
Sometimes a record's title simply nails the vibe contained within. Bournemouth's Cockney Nutjob's failsafe formula of mixing hip-hop samples with funky breakbeats hasn't failed yet. Here "Get On Up Ya Feet" is a rousing House Of Pain-style jam with a little Rasta magic sprinkled on top. Meanwhile "Watch This" is all about an electro-funk stomp with hand-in-the-air chant samples. Boom!