The mysterious 0311 turns in this beguiling five track EP for Concrete Cut. As a member of the Warsaw based Underground Perception collective, this solo outing skirts the outer limits of future dubstep, seamlessly blending the influences. Opening track "System" is a sign of things to come, a skittering garage beat offset with smooth pads and swirling atmospherics. "Warsaw Dream" offers up a female vocal sample and chord stabs while "It's Not True" strips things right back to the core. "White Shadows" ventures further into garage territory while EP closer "Last Nite" has a quirky downtempo feel.
Deam steps in on Concrete Cut with a tidy six-tracker that should get heads a-nodding and hips shaking. Blending a Nightslugs meets Hud Mo style sound in "Joint", Deam is all about the fluro synthlines and snaking rhyhms and first. "Mayhem" continues this narrative path on a more melancholic tone, whilst "Saw I" blends low bass with distorted vocal snippet and squelchy SFX and "Pinch" ups the high end a bit with squeaky synths and pattering breaks. Penultimate track "Riot" shakes things up with a syncopated drum patter and mashed up vocal before the dreamy distortions of "Square Love" finish things off.