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30 Nov 12
Review: Genuflection: to stoop down on at least one knee as a mark of the deepest respect. Interesting title, one can only assume this is B1t's personal bow to the great gods of the sub frequency. And he's done a good job; the depth of space at play here is mesmerising, often relating closer to classical dub techniques than dubstep. Melodic, emotional and weaved tightly with atmospheric textures; cuts like the embittered "Omega" and the bowel-shuddering D&B creeper "Finite" resonate with such mournful bottom end presence, you don't know whether to stop in your tracks and pray or dance your botty off. Throw in beautiful ambient melodies like "Watermelon Achroite" and you've got a really interesting album that works in myriad contexts.
14 Jan 11
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26 Jan 13
Review: Gradient Audio's Universal Quantification series are always a treat; painting a broad picture of USA's bass landscape they're loaded with the most exciting international artists emerging right now. Panda and Zoobi are fine examples. With previous on equally hot imprints such as Odyssey and Phantom Hertz respectively, they've already proved their low-end might. "Metaphysical" is an audio bear hug with pads so heavy they'll squeeze you from the speakers, while "MXE" is cut from a darker cloth. With a bassline that plays off itself with trippy reverberated results, it's guaranteed to bend some minds on your floor.