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Review: Nu-funk's most intrepid astronaut Stex hits the seventh planet from the sun, and he does so with a keen sense of urgent trance. Rushy, clipped arpeggios control the funk shuttle's coordinates while a snappy, driving break powers the journey. As we eke closer to the 27 mooned planet Stex initiates the Deep Dub drive. With subs so smouldering they'd make your mum blush, it's as unforgiving as the icy, planet itself.
23 May 13
13 May 13
Review: While the cover artwork may make Benton look like a moody former member of an R&B boy band, the music contained on Reflections is as robustly underground as you'd expect. Moving from Burial-ish paranoid atmospherics to deep dubstep-soul via a series of sparse, moody and emotion-rich soundscapes, it portrays the London-based producer as a man for whom the simple pleasures of form and function are just not enough. Along the way, there are growling, murky floorfillers (check the hissing "Herman's Hideout" and "Defect Mind"), dubwise steppers ("20/20 VIP") and occasional blasts of piano-laden beauty (the intricate "We're Both Lost").
01 May 13
29 Apr 13
Played by: Divine Elements
Review: Aussie bass herbert Shockone has always been pretty forthright with his angular, spiky sonic science but here we find him delving a little deeper with this 14 track concept album. Still maintaining the savage tonk we know and love him for (the tried and tested mosh anthem "Chaos Theory" and the arm-raising "Age Of Enlightement") but there's some really interesting departures found lurking in the space investigating mix such as psychedelic Justice-style electro drama ("Big Bounce") full strength MC-led Pendulumism ("Lazerbeam") and trembling, glo-stick munch anthemia ("Universus"). Bangers and brain-ticklers; this is a really interesting debut album.
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Review: If you know anything about jungle and D&B, you'll know Boomah... Arguably one of the most distinctive vocals in the game, his harmonies are so warm and genuine they pretty much hug you as they fly out of the speakers. Here we find him at his most emphatic and eclectic, covering all bass bases in true style. Highlights include the sprightly summer roller "Spread A Little Love" the classic hardcore rave breaks "Forward Ever" and the gritty, metallic dubstep joint "Unstoppable", but to be honest this is best enjoyed as the full album it's written as: a shiny mirror reflecting the most exciting sounds of bass music's never-ending narrative.
09 May 13
Review: With plenty of heat and hype building from the underground and streets, the talented singer/rapper Zee Musiq gets the full club remix treatment for her latest single 'High'. With support across Radio 1xtra and Rinse she looks set for big things and these cool and classy remixes from the likes of DJ SKT make for a really nice soulful house moment, bringing plenty of summer vibes. Her songwriting and smooth vocals flow effortlessly with the housey flavours, and there's also a very of-the-moment UKG mix from Crezza, as well as a big room cut from Tucka. All bases covered on this solid release, and we are tipping Zee Musiq for big things this year. Lock in and get to know!!