with their new album, Mucho Danger, a ten-track excursion into the wildest, most far-reaching corners of nu-school breaks. Tunes like Ellas Son Satan", a sort of break-ridden, nu-disco-coldwave hybrid, make up the essence of this LP, and we love that because it's just s refreshing to hear artists doing things their own way. "Gipsy Drug" is another raunchy, progressive house driver, but the title tune "Mucho Danger" is what gets all our attention thanks to its lead vocal sample and fiercely tight bassline-drum roll. This is the sort of gear for fans of Plump DJs and Scratch Perverts. Solid.
With the whopping 63 tracks presented here, it's safe to say there's no stone left unturned with this snapshot of a golden age of garage. And what a time it was - the sound of a generation enjoying a whole raw and melodic sound, dressing bling and downing posh booze. There are too many gems to list here, but our faves include Sol Solid Crew's call to arms "21 Seconds", the hard bleeper "Ripgroove" (Tough Jams Groove Dub) by Double 99, the boomy, morbid prowler "Stonecold" Groove Chronicles and the hands-in-the-air fun of classic "Closer Than Close" by Rosie Gaines.