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08 Apr 13
Review: Archie Cane makes his return to Audio Phreaks for their 32nd chapter of dubstep cosmology, and the man comes through in fine style. "Addicted" takes seductive pop vocals and injects a duly needed dosage of bass thrash in the mix, whilst "Gold Belt" is a slithering stop-start two-stepper with a double bassline to boot, showing no mercy from beginning to end! "Supernova" goes on an old-school electro flex and shows off its musical muscle by parading its bumpy, hip-swaying beats all around the block.
23 Jul 12
Review: Dear Mr Cane. We'd like you to consider renaming your smashing new EP title to something a little less violent. What type of message are you spreading to your fans with "Kill Everything"? Perhaps "Smile At Everything" or "Say Hello To Everything" would be more suitable? That said, we are thoroughly enjoying the waspish trance tricks and soaking wet bass licks of "2800".... And the wonky-funk freak out "Archie Bold" is guaranteed to smash up any dance! Do keep up the good work, and, if possible, please don't be so violent in future. Murder really isn't the one! Yours sincerely, Juno Download.
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Played by: Souled (Fresh Minute Music), DJ Purple Rabbit, Syncopix, Bcee Vs Juno Download, Nu:tone - Hospital Records
Review: Signature drop Calibre's best work to date with "Steptoe." A deft halfstepper that displays rigid programming and sumptuous bass weight, this is a subtle killer from Calibre. It has hint of jungalism and the peaceful melodies set it apart from the rest of his work. B-side "Silence" is less refined but rolls out a worthy number in itself.
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Played by: The Amp Jackers
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Review: The Greek economy may have had a kicking but its dubstep scene is still thriving in a major way. Represented by both Camelorg and UZZI, they've developed quite the reputation on the international circuit over the years and here they collide for a feisty sub-slaying five-pack. The results are deeper than you'd expect with cuts like the title track and "Doghouse" both rolling with a slimy, stank dungeon vibe. Looking for some funk in your halfstep and wobbles? Head for "Doomsday". Looking for some audio napalm? Head for "Sonic Boom".
19 Mar 12
Review: Camo & Krooked, the mighty Austrian duo signed exclusively to Hospital Records, return to the fore with "Between The Lines", an immense 14-track remix album which takes their award-winning debut Cross The Line to a whole new level. Particular highlights from across the selection include Inside Info's superb, tech-y interpretation of "Anubis", SubZero's turbocharged jump up remix of "Run Riot" and Funtcase's unrelenting version of "Hot Pursuit". There are also some exclusive tracks from the boys themselves, just to top things off. Miss this at your peril!
03 Oct 11
Played by: Monkey Beats, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Juno Recommends Electro House, Juno Recommends Hip Hop/R&b, Dirtyphonics, Greg Packer, Camo & Krooked, Kommander Keen, Dc Breaks, Metrik
Review: The mighty Austrian duo who have brought us smash hit singles such as "Make The Call" and "All Fall Down" now step up with their piece de resistance Cross The Line on genre-defining label Hospital Records. Featuring collaborations with Ayah Marar, TC, Skittles, Shaz Sparks, Futurebound and Jenna G, the album spans D&B, dubstep, drumstep and electro-house in a 14-track genre-crossing opus that will have you raising the roof with excitement. Highlights from across the album include the immense, tempo-switching "Run Riot" and the euphoric, feel-good title track "Cross The Line". Essential listening.