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454MB of samples fusing dub, electro and drum & bass with Islamic/world grooves
14 May 12
Review: Expect a nice, mellifluous range of flavours across this six-track EP from Liquid Brilliants. Getting the party started is I Wannabe with "Moonlight Spirit" - a lush, laid back piece with piano chords and crackling beats; then we move through Vortex Involute's "The Test" with its uplifting rush and Subranger's punchy "Gravity" with its terse drums and shimmering melodies. I Refuse enchants us with "High Flight" and Part Affair subdues the euphoria with the hypnotic "Aurora" before Ras Aderz wraps things up with "Suspendido En El Tiempo".
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Played by: Zoom, Ronin Selecta [bassdrive.com], Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, DJ Silver, Need For Mirrors, Triad, Adam Faz, J Courage
Review: Taken from Icicle's recently released album Under The Ice, the Redemption EP takes the title track and re-packages it with remixes from Alix Perez, Marco del Horno, an instrumental and "Galacticstep". "Redemption" blends house, techno and dubstep into a futuristic roller with Robert Owen's iconic, ethereal warbling over the top. Then it's over to fellow label mate Alix Perez, who ups the tempo with eerie atmospherics and crisp, acerbic beats and twisted b-line pressure. Rinse FM's Marco Del Horno delivers a late night 4/4 interpretation, full of tribal drums and house influences. Last of all, added track "Galacticstep" adds another dose of deep, minimal ice-cold dubstep to the proceedings to round things off.
28 Feb 11
Review: The second single from Jeroen Snik's forthcoming debut album Under The Ice, "Dreadnaught" is a superlative heavyweight roller from the ineffable Mr Freeze. Set firmly at "26 degrees below sub zero" and featuring the lyrical talents of SP:MC, it's undoubtedly one of the North London beatmaker's heaviest productions to date. With its tense alarm style bleeps, bleak atmospherics and phenomenal bassline pressure, this one's been killing it on the floor for the past few months now. Up next, "Arrows" tunes into an altogether different vibe with Spanish guitar, flutes and an old skool Bristol vibe. Can't recommend this enough.
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