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20 Feb 12
Review: Following in the footsteps of Fantastic Mr Fox and Blue Daisy, Black Acre bring us another dose of musical brilliance, this time in the shape of new boy on the block Alby Daniels. This Dawn EP is a glorious four-track entity, starting with the title track - a synth-manipulated cut with more than a hint of Joker, echoing whispery vocals and heavy swathes of sound. From there we are taken through the soulful vocal-driven ballad "Her About", to the horns 'n guitar strumming crackle of "Voodoo Holiday" and the one and a half minute finale "Loss Of Ego", which is simply oozing with jazzy Flying Lotus-esque influences.
18 Feb 13
Review: "WTF": an acronym that's saturated modern day parlance so much we say it at the most mundane of times, everyone's all like "Ooh look, I've found a penny. WTF!" and "Wow, I'm in the rain and getting wet. WTF!" Well Chaddy Dubz is bringing WTF back its original shock value - warping and wheezing with the power of a nuclear doomsday device, it genuinely will make you gasp the truest WTF you've done in years. And if you think that's ugly, jump on "Pissed Off". Your WTF meter will actually explode.
07 Sep 09
Played by: Barbarix
28 Oct 11
Review: Dark, dutty flavours coming straight out of Essex from upshot D Cult here for what is only the second release on Triangulum Recordings. The title track of this single is an exercise in repressed aggression. Synths sizzle and basslines tremor mercilessly in "Requiem" but this is all kept in hand somehow by the low slung, weighty rhythms and punishing subs that pervade the entire tune. Ice cold but deadly effective. "Woken" on the other hand, takes things on a deeper tip, with a spaced out intro, wavering, cooing synths and clapping, snapping snares setting the pace. An excellent release all round.
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Played by: Dubstep Forum Awards
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01 Feb 10
Played by: Boj Lucki (Mir Crew), Sharkslayer, Rene Ablaze, Bam Bam Dealers, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Mary Ann Hobbs, Caspa, Kashii
Review: Dub Police once again proves it's at the top of the game with the return of D1. Having spent much of the time since 2008's praised V3 album, D1 htripping jungle beats and pounding sub bass, this is post-apocalyptic rave dubstep from its master.as been lingering in the shadows. Now he returns with his high energy "Jus Business." Complete with dark rave stabs,
07 Mar 11
07 Nov 11
Review: Having headed up the My Style mix and compilation before, Dub Police label boss hands the reigns over to D1, who provides us with a run down of what's hot in dubstep in 2011. Picking out some runaway classics of the year - cuts such as Redlight's enormous "Source 16" with its thunderous, elastic band bassline and booty shaking appeal, Caspa's ode to the underground "Fulham 2 Waterloo" and the bleepy, synth soaring "Turn Me On" from Subscape, which draws the album to a close - alongside some of his own material, it's an on point selection. Listen to the continuous DJ mix for an all round experience.