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Review: A three-track release, with Requake and Badklaat collaborating for some of the gnarliest dubstep we've heard in a while. First up, "Corruption" kicks things off with a shudder of synths, snares, weighty kick drums and mid-range grizzle. A chopped up vocal ribbits "bass" over some cooing atmospherics and aggressive breaks. "24 Hours" is another such venture, dominated by the ominous movie sample intro, whomping b-line in manner of Hatcha or N-Type. Then, to round it off, Requake remixes Badklaat - "Freq Skank" for a Caspa meets Circus style cut with plenty of belching bass and distorted SFX.
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Review: An impressive and incredibly versatile producer; a jack of all trades and master of the lot, Reso brings us another smashing EP on Civil Music. Prepare yourself that the aural onslaught that ensues in title track "Check 1,2" - this is all synth distortions, grinding bass, face-melting, Noisia-esque attention to detail and above all an aggressive, dancefloor-driven sensibility that makes it irresistible. Accompanying the original is an epic Emperor remix which draws things out and strips things back, a fun and funked up Starkey remix, plus re-licks from Danny Scrilla on a dubbed out tip and DJ Kentaro who shakes things up again. A must have EP here.
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Review: One of the most exciting and refreshing artists to emerge from underground music in recent times, Reso's unique blend of bass music makes for an exhilarating listen. "Ishimura" is a mash up of squealing synth distortions, pummeling bass, crisp, crunchy drums and a Noisia-esque density of sound. Evol Intent's remix is even more extreme, aggressive and condensed, while Drop The Lime's "Dark Tunnels" remix is an eerie, stripped back venture, which bears little resemblance to the original. "Vanquish", the other original track on the EP, is another Reso special - tough and terrifying, with whomping b-line and quirky SFX a-plenty. Immense.
05 Nov 12
Review: It's the one we've been waiting for... Reso's teased us with EPs for years, each one flexing a different party muscl, from savage, tearing breakbeats to almost industrial dubstep. Each flavour delivered with such unpredictable glee, you always knew an album would be on the cards. And that it would rock hard. Naturally this keeps on giving; from the alien, percussive Q&A on "Creature" to the jazz drummer D&B madness of "Axion" to the somnambulant ambient bliss of "Simple Pleasures" and "Backwards Glance" via the gritty ear-slap of "Check 1,2", the wait has been well and truly worth it. Stuff Gangnam style, it's all about Tangram style!
11 Mar 13
Review: A diverse post-dubstep producer that everyone's talking about, Reso finally delivered his debut album Tangram last year to great acclaim. Now it's time a for a remix edition, and boy does it feature everything including the kitchen sink. Highlights include Koan's brutal and snarling breakbeat version of "Axion", the beautiful synthscapes of Om Unit's remix of "Simple Pleasures", the insane industrial dubstep/arpeggiated techno fusion of Billain's remix of "Half Life", the sparse beat-fest of Doshy's "Coronium" rework and Evol Intent's evocative version of "Ishimura" which somehow manages to combine tropical beats and industrial metal chimes.