Colorado might not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of dark, ominous bass music, but DMVU has got his shit on lock-down! He's back on Deep, Dark & Dangerous with a four-part gunshot spew that'll likely murder any dance floor from here to Aspen. "Fleww" kicks things off with a wonky, mutating bassline that sounds a lot like Coki's music on a heavy dose of LSD, while "Ummm" takes a slower, more ninja-like stance back by the familiar lyrics "..everyday I'm hustlin'". The title tune "Bloccd" is a stealthy, stop-start juke experiment carrying a load of broken drums and slithering swarms of bass frequencies, whereas "15 Signs You Grew Up In Tasmania" is more of a sound collage, straying heavily into hip-hop territories, and it sounds a lot like DMVU is having fun on that ol' MPC.
Mr.K is exactly the sort of producer to fit into the Wheel&Deal imprint, a label whose sole purpose is to detonate seriously hazardous levels of low frequencies upon any listener of dancer. These five tracks all offer something different; "Chit Chat" feels like the sort of beats that Mala likes to get his hands on prior to a DMZ rave, and "Dope Fiend" is like its natural successor, a track with higher level of bass emanating from all corners. "O.G" is a slower, bumpier ride with an eerie crescendo of sonics, and "Pho" leaves plenty of smoke in the air with its hazy, imperceptible later of shady harmonies.