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20 May 13
Review: Steve Goodman drops the latest installment in the ever-correct Rinse series with a raucous selection that runs the gamut of lively, current bass mutations with as much party-starting intention as forward-thinking imagination. There's a healthy show of garage such as Alex Parkinson & Chris Lorenzo's "What Must I Prove 2 U", while plenty of funky gets aired from the likes of Funkystepz and DVA, but really it's hard to keep a handle on the styles as Goodman mixes fearlessly and swiftly between the vibes. Barely resting on a track for more than two minutes, the vibe rollicks through uptempo styles that at times get positively frantic (see Jam City), and other times get decidedly spaced out (as in Visionist's "Something Old Something New"). You can always count on Kode9 to bring the mind-bending noise like few others, and he's having a lot of fun getting bashy on this mix.
06 May 13
Review: When 123MRK's Noname EP dropped in 2011 creating waves all around the dubstep and bass music scene. Moulding the sound of his generation into a style all his own, the Frenchman suddenly found himself held aloft as an innovator as well as simply a producer of sounds. This remixed release of his seminal EP was a lofty undertaking and the finished item features remixes from some of the future dubstep scene's brightest young stars alongside long-time innovators. From Liar's metalic, lo-fi flavours to Troy Gunner's understated clicks and swirls; ViLLAGE's heart-pounding house remodelling to Heblank's old-school twist, even the likes of Pixelord and ReSketch play their garage-influenced hands to create an all-new modern-day canvas of what exactly bass music is right at this moment. It can never be truly defined, but this is a pretty good encyclopedia.
27 May 13
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn
Review: For his debut on Phucked Recordings, 1Point5 has delivered a very impressively produced offering indeed. Intricate, 2-step infused beats jostle for supremacy with bouncy dubby bass notes and a slick vocal from Al Rolfe, before they conclude that basically they all win. Remix wise, Moxix opts for a synth heavy post dubstep reworking replete with crying baby sampling whilst Nu-Direction offers up a futuristic doomy D&B revision.
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20 May 13
Played by: Homegroove Project, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Dubstep, Fade, Philth, John Rolodex
Review: If you judge a producer by their ability to successfully apply a winning formula to a variety of styles, Alix Perez is a master. While drum and bass remains his forte, there's enough on Chroma Chords, his second album, to suggest that he's growing as a producer. This EP discards with the synth-laden head nodders featured on the full album, though the four tracks here do still demonstrate the versatile nature of Chroma Chords. Thus the grimy hip hop of the Metropolis featuring "Blue Print" shares space with the soulful stepping action of "Playing Games" whilst the the excellent vintage Timbaaland does halfstep of "Shadows" (featuring breakout Eglo talent Strange U") joins up with the vicious "Burnout".
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Played by: Kian Asamoah - Noisy Meditation
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