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JAHCOOZI & NAZIZI & MISTER ABBAS & TEICHMANN & LON JON & KIMYA & UKOO FLANI & NECESSARY NOIZE & JUST A BAND & MICHEL ONGARU
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Review: Wow. Just wow. Just when you thought dubstep couldn't get murkier, shoutier and gnarlier, two of the scene's largest characters collide for one of the tune's most uncompromising tunes this year. Just listen to that vocal chant and tell us it hasn't inspired you to jump 20 feet tall and growl like an ambush of tigers. "Cadi" is just as moody but with added depth and mysticism as a belly-chanted call to prayer echoes with prominence and dominance. "Nebulizer" completes the package, and does so with alien mischief thanks to its barbed mechanical groove and interplanetary whooshes and washes. Somebody say 'mental business!'
27 Jun 10
Review: It's been a quiet year for Tectonic with only releases from Pursuit Grooves and Jack Sparrow making a ripple in the waves of 2010. This exceptionally heavyweight release should rekindle matters somewhat. Bristolian Jakes, label boss of HENCH, crafts a frantic dark and subby bass growler on "Times End" replete with a killer atmosphere building drop and gunshot assisted steppa riddim which packs a real punch. Flip over for the return of Darqwan, Oris Jay's alias for crafting sinister sonic textures, last seen in 2008. On "Jah Wan" Darqwan drops clunking metallic percussion on a backdrop of schizoid acid basslines and vocal snatches. Nice work Tectonic.
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Review: For all of the genre bending insanity of his early singles on Night Slugs, it's unlikely that anyone could have foreseen Jam City coming out with an album like this. Across ten tracks the producer delivers music that runs the gauntlet between Prince influenced funk that flickers like a burnt out neon sign, Chicago house that sounds like it was made in an echo chamber and Philly club that sounds like it was made for an athletics commercial. Despite its air of detached ADD hyperreality it's an album that's never cold, and never once looks down on the listener ... in short, absolutely essential.
06 Dec 10
Played by: Juno Recommends Dubstep, Dev79, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, J-Wow (Buraka Som Sistema), Bok Bok, 123mrk
Review: Keen observers of the Night Slugs movement will have noticed a consistent stream of Jam City tracks featuring in the DJ sets, charts, mixes and weekly Rinse FM shows performed by Messrs Bok Bok and L-Vis 1990 which even predate NS as a label entity. As Night Slugs draws close to a near perfect first year of business, they quit with the teasing and finally unveil the debut proper EP from Jam City. "Magic Drops" has been a staple of the extended NS family DJ set for yonks now so anyone with a semblance of club going in them will be more than familiar with the pressurised crunk grind meets blissed out keys and sludge drunk synths Eski riddim tribute. What really impresses is the richness in sonic detail throughout - you can listen to "Magic Drops" ten times in a row and find something different to captivate you. "Scene Girl" retains the industrial pressure style percussion, but lays down A saw tooth synth wash that positively bullies its way to the forefront, whilst "2 Hot" drops some half step menace courtesy of the massive cloud of outergalactic synth tension. This release combined with the preceding Refixes EP proves to be an auspicious portent of things to come in 2011!
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