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08 Aug 12
Drum And Bass
Review: A single track release here from US outfit the Bassbin Twins - originally LA now San Fran via a stint in Belgium - on their own imprint Bassbin Music. Melding a range of influences in this super slick release, expect the very best in beats bass. Kicking off with a shuffling, slo mo intro full of beguiling percussion and wailing cries, the weighty sub bass adds a lurching feel to the piece as it progresses. Deep, moody and super sultry, "Plastic" really gets you at the core - we urge all bass music fans to give this a listen!
31 May 12
Review: Four years after its initial release on Tayo's now defunct Cool & Deadly imprint, Pete Bassbin Twin releases this on his own label, and it still sounds just as contemporary and savage in the sub-low department as it did all those years ago. A crucial combo of dubstep, breakbeat and general bass mischief, "Woppa" lives up to its title in every single way. Slick but sludgy, deep but devastating, this here is a slice of fractured futurism that works in all sets from house to dubstep and all styles in between. Watch yer bassbins, we're telling yer!
31 May 12
Review: It's a common misconception that M6 is named after the UK's most hellish motorway. Well he's not. Born and bred in Virginia, US of A, we don't think he's even been on the motorway. And good for him; avoiding traffic jams has given him time to create two fantastically deep slices of dubstep here. The title track of this three-track EP is a real sonic storm trooper with all manner of hoover stabs and militant rhythm. "Punchout" takes things down a notch with a blissful intro that doesn't sound dissimilar to early Art Of Noise material. Not to linger in the depths for too long, the beautiful ambience is superbly balanced by some true US bass grit. Label boss Bassbin Twins finishes the package with rub of M6's earlier work "The New Style"; a stuttering, slurring sub-low beast, this release is worth checking for this final inclusion alone.