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23 May 06
Played by: Slikkz (Downside Up Media)
01 Jan 97
05 Oct 12
27 May 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn
Review: For his debut on Phucked Recordings, 1Point5 has delivered a very impressively produced offering indeed. Intricate, 2-step infused beats jostle for supremacy with bouncy dubby bass notes and a slick vocal from Al Rolfe, before they conclude that basically they all win. Remix wise, Moxix opts for a synth heavy post dubstep reworking replete with crying baby sampling whilst Nu-Direction offers up a futuristic doomy D&B revision.
13 Feb 12
Played by: Ronin Selecta [bassdrive.com]
06 May 12
Review: New artist on the jump up block, 2DB comes storming onto the scene with this release on Bassline Smith's Technique Recordings. Gird your loins as this one goes in hard and heavy from the off; a cacophony of bellowing mid range, bleepy 8-bit melodies and punishing bass, this one is an ADHD riddled venture into jump up D&B at its best. "Happy Days" evokes a Hospital sound with uplifting synths, pattering drums and euphoric builds which bubble along for the duration. Expect to hear more from 2DB in future - this one's a killer!
10 Jun 12
Review: With Simon Bassline Smith as a label boss it should come as no surprise that 2DB is a producer who's all about the turbo-charged builds, catchy melodies and pumping, dancefloor factor. "Break These Walls" kicks off this four-track EP with a flurry of thunderous drums, whirring synths, Auto-tuned vocal and polished appeal. "Selecta" continues the story with pedal to the metal energy, this is tear-out D&B doing its thing. "Surrender" builds from an epic, trance-infused intro into a low-slung banger, before "Love The Music" brings things to a tumultuous close. Top notch dancefloor business here from 2DB.
30 Oct 11
Review: 2db steps up to the plate once again for the Technique camp to deliver a couple of dancefloor bangers for Worldwide Audio. "Swerve" is absolutely massive, with a huge female vocal hook twinned with call and response chord stabs which will bloody the nose of any tune which dares challenge. "1995" kicks off with smooth pads and chiming chords before descending into a jump up roller with more than a hint of Full Cycle about it. This is one for the steppers crew.
08 Nov 12