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Played by: Juno Recommends Downtempo
11 Feb 13
Played by: Mat Cant, Diplo, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, The Golden Toyz
Review: With Slick Don riding roughshod, this is an unashamed party joint jacked with all the London swagger you could possibly ask for. Slick comes across like Newham Generals on just a weeny dose of helium. Spitting with a smidgeon of sing, IKK's 4/4 garage riff is the perfect bed for Don's bravado (so perfect it comes with an instrumental). Elsewhere we find tech-minded tropical ("Crossover") and stripped back bleep bashment ("HS1").
04 Mar 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, Highgrademuzik Aka Don D Selectah, J69
Review: All aboard the remix express! Four40 follow up last month's b-boy two-stepper from IKK and Slick Don with four sparkling reversions. Pedro 123's re-imagination strips the original back into a plinky plonky trap attack that comes in both vocal and instrumental forms while KSH add much more of a bashy grime riddim. Then there's the obligatory VIP for added rewind pleasure. Get to the "Crux" of the matter... It's a vibes ting.
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Review: Straight from the dubstep hotbed that is Kilwinning, Scotland - don't believe everything you read - Ibenji dusts off the chimes for this latest two-tracker on the Eight: FX imprint. With an eerie spattering of chimes in the intro, Broken Box forcefully unleashes a selection of chopped up start/stop sounds and thoughtful edits amongst a wall of bass. With the chimes put to work again on the flip-side, KCN is a menacing banger with more industrial machine noises, choppy vocal snippets, jungly breakbeats, and wobbly LFO snyc'd sub bass than you could shake a stick at.
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Review: Having already hinted at it on his album Under The Ice, this represents Dutch ex-pat Icicle's first full sub-low exploration into dubstep; and each of the four tracks on offer are true, hypnotic treats. All to be filed under the more rhythmical, loopy, techno-inspired dubstep sub category; "BNC" struts with fancy footwork and deep chilling synths, "Acid Step" slithers with a slinky, stripped back formula that'll work well for warm ups and transitions, "Need A Job" takes dubstep by way of Detroit while "Together In Dust" finishes the set with a truly trippy signature.
13 Jun 11
Played by: Zoom, Ronin Selecta [bassdrive.com], Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Uk Funky/Garage, DJ Silver, Need For Mirrors, Triad, Adam Faz, J Courage
Review: Taken from Icicle's recently released album Under The Ice, the Redemption EP takes the title track and re-packages it with remixes from Alix Perez, Marco del Horno, an instrumental and "Galacticstep". "Redemption" blends house, techno and dubstep into a futuristic roller with Robert Owen's iconic, ethereal warbling over the top. Then it's over to fellow label mate Alix Perez, who ups the tempo with eerie atmospherics and crisp, acerbic beats and twisted b-line pressure. Rinse FM's Marco Del Horno delivers a late night 4/4 interpretation, full of tribal drums and house influences. Last of all, added track "Galacticstep" adds another dose of deep, minimal ice-cold dubstep to the proceedings to round things off.