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04 Feb 13
Review: Lot 49's fresh-faced B&B get Lord Sugar-level busy with an iconic house vocal from The Happy Clappers. With a 23rd century p-funk bassline and tantalisingly electric build up, it's undiluted electro party power and one of Lot 49's funkiest releases to date. "FSG" ain't too far behind on the funk stakes, either. Leaping and bleeping with a glitch factor set at 12, it screams nothing but 'reach for the lasers'. "iBelieve"...do you believe?
16 Sep 12
Review: UK tech-breaks veteran Dylan Rhymes' "Sex Shun" is given three thrilling, rave-friendly interpretations. First up are Matt Williams & Nick Jenkins, whose tumbling beats and clattering, stuttering rhythms are fuelled by bursts of energy, evil rave stabs and the kind of euphoria-inducing breakdown that is geared for peak time. The Don't Blink version is darker and more slamming, with a screeching vocal sucked backwards through the arrangement and almost colliding with the oncoming splintered metallic riffs. Finally, the Yreane remix is probably the most understated, although nothing on this release leaves much to the imagination - in this instance, it's a rumbling bassline building over an aggressive, stop-start rhythm.
22 Jul 12
Review: Here's a little fact for you - this is Dylan's message to anyone who sees him out in public. Don't just nod your head or give a little salute - wave your hand and wave it high! Here's another little fact for you - this is outrageously banging! Punching, kicking and screaming with a full bodied bass riff, bone-crushing beats and grizzling fills, it's pretty hard to imagine an uglier piece of tech funk. Naturally there's a lovely drop to help your dancefloor get their breath back. But, like all of Dylan's mightiest club smashers, it really doesn't last for long. Heavyweight with a capital H.
05 Aug 12
Review: Some names are just an instant stamp of approval. You could buy their tracks without even hearing them. Meat Katie has one of those names; a meticulous producer with a distinctive sound, an uncompromising funk and an unrelenting focus on the dancefloor (you'll never hear him 'go deep' and sing a ballad, for example) he's the DJ's producer. And so, it would seem, is his current collabo-pal Chevy One. Bouncy, ball's out tech funk; no club is safe within a five mile radius of anyone who owns this tune.
27 May 13
Review: Now here's a blast from the past. Last seen in 2010, The Rogue Element returns. And he does so with two foul n' firing workouts. "Crybaby" is undiluted techno, the likes of which wouldn't go amiss on Cocoon or even Drumcode. Thundering stabs, a pounding loop groove and all sorts of head-bending processing, it's an outstanding theme tune to announce Rogue Element's return to the game. "HUSTLE" is just as uncompromising but comes with more choppy surprises. Think early Simian Mobile Disco but about 20 per cent harder. Heavy stuff.
14 Jan 13
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