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Review: A re-issue of Ed Rush & Optical's 1998 classic, Wormhole is a seminal album that is an essential for any neurofunk / techstep fans. This re-issue comes at a time when Calyx & Teebee are back on the scene, Spor has returned and so perhaps there will be a darkside revival in D&B again. Right from the off, "Mystery Machine" plunges us deep into the subterranean world of Ed Rush & Optical with its futuristic, sci-fi sound and whomping bass. Watch out for Optical's two solo efforts "Slip Thru" and "Millenium" which are exceptional. "Compound" is another killer cut with squelchy bass and tense, ticking breaks, whilst "Point Blank" is another iconic cut from the album. An essential slice of D&B history right here.
13 Jun 11
Played by: Ronin Selecta [bassdrive.com]
Review: Bristol based artist, snowboarder and D&B DJ / producer Alex Eveson steps up with a glorious release on Liquid V fresh for summer 2011. "Wicked Dub" is a classic liquid roller, with lush breaks which rise and fall like waves lapping a shore. "Peace" harks back to early jungle, with crisp breaks, piercing synth lines and Photek style elements. "Highlife", the darker of the bunch, kicks off with a moody, meditative b-line and falls into a Lenzman-style cut with atmospheric trumpets, before finishing off with aptly named "Sunshine Ting" which is 100 per cent feel good fun. Lovely stuff.
08 Jun 11
Review: A D&B newcomer, but one who could definitely make a big noise if these two new tunes are anything to go by. British producer Emperor gets shifty and grimy on "The Sovereign", with time-stretched snares mixing up against rising sine synths and a dirty low-end. On the title tune "Warface" however, things are kept solely for the floor thanks to some almighty kicks and a winding bassline. A must-buy if twisted D&B is your game.
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