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04 Mar 13
Review: This latest missive from fast-rising starlet and 877 Records chief Dom 877 has already been picking up heat on promo, with Todd Edwards, Skream and Brackles amongst the most enthusiastic fans. Their excitement is probably justified, because "Do It Right" is rather tasty - a kind of deep garage/mystical deep house blend with enough rush-inducing builds and breakdowns to delight young punters and old heads alike. The more UKG-inclined Klic remix (yep, he of Medlar fame) is, if anything, even better. For those who still want more, there's also a tasty deep UK funky cut in the shape of "Mansion".
16 Jan 12
Played by: Nunchaku
Review: Expect juke-like elements, syncopated rhythms and repeated vocal loops spinning around a bass-laden soundscape in Goldffinch's techno-influenced piece "Point Of Entry". The Belgian duo have been impressing us with their recent output and this is no exception. "Point Of Entry" is all gloopy SFX, firm, hissing beats and a heavy atmosphere with sub bass pressure from below and the dizzying, disorientating vocal element confusing the senses from all directions. "Arabian Prince" is another electrotech gem, with sumptuous soundscape, deftly placed beats, throbbing bass and ominous vocal coming in and out of focus. Well worth checking out!
12 Nov 12
Played by: Mr Brainz / Orpheus:ldn, Ya Dun Know, Hxdb, DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings), Commodore 69 (Hot N Heavy), Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, D3adl1ne, Konnekt - Hot N Heavy, Major Notes
Review: It seems that Julio Bashmore was not a one-off: there must be something in the water down Bristol way and it's resulting in a serious bass epidemic. My Nu Leng are a duo with an amazing futuristic take on house music. "The Grid" is just relentless groove, dark and twitchy with all kinds of sinister effects drifting in and out. "Hips N Thighs" is even more next level, like a weird, twisted booty cut on downers and stranded in a graveyard rave. Under a full moon.
14 May 12
Review: Two UK bass producers unite on this very tasty release from 877, with Pasteman and Tanka nailing it on the arpeggio-fest "Camaro" - which balances an echo soundscape with some truly booty-spanking Addison Groove-esque 808 work - and the more murky dub-house of "Torino".