DMX Krew is back with a twisted, body-morphing collection of tunes on his own Breakin' Records, the label which the man has been curating since the mid-90s. Once again we're treated to a beautiful cocktail of electro deluge and machine-drum psychedelia; "Honeydew" is a classic DMX cut with enough funk to leave you roasted on the floor, while "Dramatic Exit" heads even further down the rave era thanks to its slippery beat layout and nostalgic melodies. "Sppoookey" is an AFX-reminiscent hurter, complete with plenty of acid licks and gritty-as-hell drum programming, whilst "Apple Grid" takes a bouncier approach to things and "Superficial Appearance" blends far-out acid trickles, heavy snares, DMX grit and spits it back out into a luscious deep house belter...something only the man is capable of.
Breakin' boss Ed 'DMX' Upton returns to the project series that won him acclaim with the MPC Trax series. This four-tracker is for those who like their techno hard, heavy and uncompromising. The title track sets the pace with insane, abrasive acid lines unfolding over dense drums, while Upton lets in some atmospheric feelings to "Card Slot". It's a brief reprieve however; "What The" is a disturbing fusion of rolling snares and eerie horror riffs, but despite this it can't compare to "Grab The Beat". Featuring the most intense acid build up since Hardfloor started to torture their 303s and wild siren riffs, it's a fitting end to an EP full of extremes.