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02 Jul 12
02 Jul 10
Review: Hotly tipped, Ninja-affiliated Jammer kicks off his debut artist album by starting, chronologically, at "The Beginning". It's hip-hop influenced, dancehall-laced, grime-heavy and jam packed with fun; very much along the same lines as Toddla T, Redlight et al - who, incidentally, produced "Party Animal" and "Get It In" respectively. Other key appearances from Mumdance, Boy Better Know, Lickle J, Newham Generals, Kivanch, Rapid and more also crop up in the 13-track duration of Jahmanji. Harking back to a bygone era with "Back To The 90s" and some classic lyrics about Reeboks and Air Max (oh yes), other highlights include last year's hit "Party Animal" - "bashment, grime, funky" - the infectious, murky riddims of "Murkle Mode" and the low-slung "Get It In".
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14 May 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Dubstep
Review: Expect some more cerebral sounds from Jay 5ive & Kromestar in this deep, twisted dubstep release on Bass N Love. "Deepest Fears" kicks off with an ominous vocal sample calling out the nature of "our deepest fears" with a chilling echo and slowly the track progresses into the main tune with a shimmy of quirky synth twizzles, chiming beats and quirky SFX. It's an unusual piece, with slow, staggered beats and a deep sense of unease. "Backwoods" is similarly contemplative but a very different beast, with crackling white noise, searing beats and whirring high pitched synths it has a Rustie-esque feel to it, with hyperactive bleepy melodies dominating throughout the piece.
22 Jun 12
14 Mar 11
Review: Vista goes under his Jayglo guise for a turbo charged EP on the Boka label featuring whomping basslines, grizzled synth action and Flux Pavilion style crushes in title track "Wiseau Funk". Moving on from the power dubstep, it's all about the multicoloured Joker-crossed-with-Girl Unit melodies and bleepy 80s vibes in aptly named track "Glo Worm" featuring Will Blaze, before finishing up with digital exclusive "Where" which is also clicking 2 step sounds, Joy O style synths which fade in and out to great effect. Overall, a fantastic EP with a little something for everyone.
12 Feb 12
Played by: Timewarp