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23 Apr 13
Played by: Homegroove Project
29 Apr 13
Played by: Ragga Scum
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11 Mar 13
Review: Fierce dub anthem "Lioness" kicks off with chopped and singled-out breaks complimenting Lady Chann's pulse-slowing vocals and hot brass section. Hailed by a huge launch party hosted by the Congo Natty crew and featuring all manner of Leeds dub royalty, this is a huge jungle release for the newly instated Congo Natty Bass label. The flip side features a slick jungle remix of "Lioness" by Serial Killaz badman Vital Elements, adding movement and energy to the original dark anthem. Two completely different sounds woven around one gorgeous vocal, this track needs to be heard and heard loud.
13 Aug 12
Review: Expect some good fun, party vibes from sultry jungle-D&B outfit Nanci & Phoebe on the legendary Congo Natty's label, Congo Natty Bass. First up is the Vital Elements remix of "Notorious" which blends a melting pot of vocals with strumming guitar, pumping drums and tooting jungle SFX. This packs a dancefloor punch but also makes sense for an easy-listening soundtrack of a summer's evening. Accompanying cut is the Congo Natty meets Chopstick dubplate remix is a more sultry, stripped back piece which pays homage to jungle past with plenty of rattling breaks and ragga vocals.
29 Apr 13
Played by: Rich Raw
Review: Fresh, rollin' breaks and roots reggae sampling signals the first track on Soul Rebel's latest signing Scott Allen's "We Nah Run". Close-knitted amens duck and weave around retro guitars as that vintage vocal moves the atmosphere into a clearer focus. A clear club banger, it's just the right balance between jungle and drum & bass to get the masses bouncing. "Toonzragga" is a more stately jungle affair, blasting those sirens and horns from the outset with dancehall beats and big soundboy bass. A mish-mash of classic effects raise a smile while the larger than life riddim keeps feet moving. Skanking crew, get ready.
14 Jan 13
The Flashback Project - "Release Me Now" (feat MC Twilight - D Twista Riot Act remix) - (6:06) 128 BPM
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Review: Hospital starlet Cyantific defects to Ram and teams up with close collaborator Wilkinson for a powerful brace of killer cuts. Pulling out all the stops with grinding, Loadstar style bassline and tripping breaks, "Touch Me" sees Cyantific go solo with crying vocal snippets calling "touch me" seductively with piano keys, spaced out atmospherics and catchy panache. Wilkinson then joins the party for "Get In To It" - another bassline monster, with driving b-line, murmuring refrain and punchy drums, held together with tinkling melodies and rolling fervour. Expect to hear these rinsed at raves over the coming months.
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Review: As a duo, Utrecht-based drum and bass posterboys June Miller have been creating their instantly-recogniseable music for five years, mixing heavier Neurofunk with flowing musicality and smooth rolling rhythms. "From Autumn To Ashes" is a futuristic showdown, stepping up to the mark and staring right down the barrel of those blistering breaks. Matching this balls-out fury, "Change" is a complete switch. Featuring the haunting vocals of Sofie Letitre it begins with understated depth before burying into severe techy breaks. Whatever June Miller works on is hit material and this release is no exception.
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Played by: The Others, Sharkslayer, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Dubstep, The Golden Toyz, Fed Conti, Filth Collins
Review: In-demand outfit The Others bring their iconic sound to Caspa's Dub Police imprint once again and in doing so bring an array of talent to the table in the remix package. "The Way You Make Me" is a thought-provoking piece with mournful breakdowns, euphoric, trance-like builds and stabbing beats. It's a classic hands-in-the-air dancefloor dubstep cut. BeatauCue provide a stomping 4/4 remix with stripped back synths and a late night aurora of hedonism, while S.P.Y goes in deep and dark with his luxurious D&B mix before Playaz don Original Sin gets dirty with his grizzled jump up D&B interpretation. Brilliant from start to finish, this is a must for all bass heads.
01 Oct 12
Review: A fun filled four-track EP on Fokuz here, with Dynamic heading it up and then a slew of collabs with Command Strange to finish it off. First up though is his solo release "Cotton Club Thing" which is a lovely, jiving slice of funk filled D&B with rattling breaks and oodles of soul. Next up is the eponymous track of the EP "Girls" with its swirling melodies and chiming beats; then there's the more serious sounds of "Jazzmine" with its jazzy beats and laid back allure. Finally "So Much Tenderness" rounds the EP off with a shimmying chirrup.
01 Oct 12
Review: Following numerous successful releases of late, now Foreign Concept returns to the Critical spotlight. Bringing together the talents of Sabre and Riya alongside the man himself, "Injustice" is a gorgeous piece with Riya's iconic voice lending a ballad like quality, with Sabre and Foreign Concept's combined efforts on production the beats are crisp and on-point with murmuring piano keys and gentle waves of bass beneath. We then turn our attention to "Affliction" with Foreign Concept and Riya again succeeding in crafting a lovely slice of deepness with minimal beats. Classy D&B at its best - get involved.