Pure rainbow audio; Arizona duo 2ToneDisco continue their unique assault on the low-end realms with this chop-slapping three-tracker that nods deftly at the likes of Flume, Ed Banger and Bobby Tank with all its sprightly sonic charms. "Shojo" is the '80s reimagined through 22nd century spectacles, "Superstar" is like Breakbot jamming in the ghettos of '70s Harlem while "Wana" takes the concept of euphoria and recalibrates it with Rusko-level colour and humour. Next-gen G-funk business, 2ToneDisco are in a league of their own.
Serious drama from the Cardiff direction. Adam Mac and Dubzta take a Hollywood-level string arrangement chew it up with futuristic beats. Lurking between dubstep and grime, it's the ultimate victory soundtrack with heaps of added poignancy and emotion. Remixes flow like fine wine: Dubzta's VIP adds a little uppercut in the beat department, Triple S gets sticky on a triplet UKG flex, Hoax Beats bury the strings under anvil subs and hammering halfsteps while Moony lets rip on a 4/4 bassline house vibe. Looking for added vocal venom? Look no further... Row D consolidates the grime feels with a sharp-tongued twist.