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27 Apr 13
29 Apr 13
Played by: Winter
Review: Released late summer 2012, "You Turn Me" became a runaway rewind prize piece for most of last year. Ever the switch flipper, Jamie Laxx has unleashed a VIP that serves as a dramatic game of two halves. The first half is an enriched echo of the original, with all the quirky piano stabs and jaunty flare intact. The second half sees him diving deep into a cesspit of metallic bass. Angular, yet swampy, it's yet another prize piece from the Oxford producer. Turn it up.
29 Mar 13
26 Mar 13
15 Apr 13
Review: For his latest signing, Gilles Peterson looks closer to home - Brighton to be precise - where he found the Anushka duo of Max Wheeler & Victoria Port. Not particularly exotic, but the music, which they describe as 'bass music from the future', covers that requirement. Theirs is a blend of deep bass, glistening synths and breaky urban beats flavoured with digital riddims ("Wired"), deep tropical ("Yes Guess") and soulful house ("I Have Love 4 You"). Definitely going places.
30 Apr 13
27 Apr 13
Played by: Big Dope P
220+ custom wobbly, growly, crunchy & highly choppable wobble bass loops in multiple formats
25 Mar 13
05 Apr 13
18 Apr 13
Review: Mimetic - otherwise known as Jerome Soudan - started his career as a drummer for the band Von Magnet before turning to the world of psychedelic techno and far-out electronic excursions, and this latest LP for Germany's Hymen Records is a veritable depiction of his broad range of styles and influences. The word is 'beats' here, and the opener "Synthetize Me" has one of those drum breaks that grab you by the chin from its first bar, something which can be said about pretty much every track on this fifteen piece leviathan. "So Little Chance" adds in some prophetic vocals to his shuffling drum percolations, whilst "Game In Land 2" feels like AFX gone even more mad on a totally out-of-control drum sequencer, while title track "Where We Will Never Go" sounds like something Kraftwerk would cook up if they'd engaged in Belgian EBM. Other highlights include: "One Of Us", a totally screwed-up hip-hop-grime-rave number, "Cyanure" which sounds like a mix between Autechre and Drexciya, and also don Mika Vainio's remix of "WWWNever Go" - an inevitably incredible chunk of drones like only Mr.Vainio can do. Recommended.
06 May 13
15 Apr 13
Played by: Kial
Review: If you're in the market for woozy, slurring dubstep then you're in the market for Ill K... Taking the UK dungeon sound and adding more of a low-fi distorted techno twist to proceedings, he's mastered an applause-worthy level of weight and depth. Highlights include the strange squelching squeak-riff and foot-flipping riddim-switches of "Time Machine", the King Tubby style 4/4 dub thrash of "Lighter" (classic sample!) and, of course, the industrial level slouch of the title track.