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Review: After a two year hiatus, drum & bass imprint, Liftin Spirits return with Ant Miles & Moving Fusion's monster, "Mass Hysteria". Reason enough to bring the label back to life, "Mass Hysteria" and "Cyborg" are two rolling tracks with neat percussion and killer basslines. Haunting vocals complete the package on a triumphant return for the label.
15 Feb 10
Review: Putting something a little different out there for D&B DJs, London spinner Temper D offers up this breathtaking EP from Brandon Miles and Tricky Pat. From Portland and Vermont respectively, these two have an innovative and refreshing take on the genre, a million miles away from the mountains of formulaic D&B.
As Temper himself says: "They can really have an amazing effect at parties, provided you mix out of them with something with a bit of energy!". If only all label bosses were so thoughtful. Lead track Sulpher has a stuttering Dubstep-styled beat with some awesome beatless sections for stunning mixouts.
Pip Squeak will again work wonders in sets, coming in with a half-tempo swing that doesn't feel lazy but instead provides a classy way to switch up styles, with plenty of crescendos that are begging to be mixed out of. Radio X and Sex In Slime are two seriously dark and twisted tunes that the right DJ could deploy with huge effect. Having already been played by London Electricity, Doc Scott, Raiden and of course Temper D himself, these 4 tracks come seriously recommended.
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13 Feb 12
Review: A four-track EP from a couple of fledgling artists and split between Rahmanee and Filip Motovunski, this release on Jungle Xpeditions is quite unlike anything out there right now. Unique from start to finish, "Sort Dem Out" is a frantic piece full of trance-like bubbling synths, fast paced drums, a slightly out of place reggae vocal and bleepy melodies. "Sound Of The Police" is another sped up piece of turbo-D&B, whilst "The Montauk Project" is a dubstep-inspired cut full of whomping bass, and then "Obidaya" draws things to a close with more high-octane synthwork and pounding drums.
16 Jul 12
Review: Isaac Maya strips things back, presenting a delightfully dubbed out couple of tracks which match the roots of D+B with contemporary bass music on the first release in Liquid Brilliants new Dubwise Brilliants series. First of all, "Walk Away From Love" is a gorgeous, lilting riddim with reggae vocal setting the pace and setting the style for the duration, intricately weaving the narrative around some stomping drum beats and murmuring bass with some shimmying trumpets and plenty of soulful flavour. "Serious Thing" goes in on a slightly harder, more dancefloor driven tip with punchy drums and grinding bass.