For his debut on Phucked Recordings, 1Point5 has delivered a very impressively produced offering indeed. Intricate, 2-step infused beats jostle for supremacy with bouncy dubby bass notes and a slick vocal from Al Rolfe, before they conclude that basically they all win. Remix wise, Moxix opts for a synth heavy post dubstep reworking replete with crying baby sampling whilst Nu-Direction offers up a futuristic doomy D&B revision.
Absolute Instability... Not just an apt description for the world's economy but a fitting moniker for such a collection of forward-thinking, genre-munching bass slayers, too. Flickering wildly and playfully from chirpy 8-bit electro bass hybrids ("Combust") to pirate-like glitch swaggers ("True Enemies") to warped, twisted dronestep ("The Future") to EDM-razzed trap ("Man's A Bad Man") Phucked's remit is joyously unpredictable yet consistently naughty.