The follow up to ubiquitous, much referenced, heavily remixed and frequently circulated anthem of 2010 "Sweet Shop", Circus owner Doctor P comes up with another future classic on his own imprint. Imagine piping Rusko-style synth warblings, whippet screeches, a sprinkling of High Rankin's eccentricity and vocals which are straight out of Fresh's Kryptonite "Chacruna", and that's "Big Boss". "Black Books" is less Bernard Black and more Manny gone mad, with a rave-referencing intro, bouncing beats, bleepy progressions and sense that something's about to explode. A sure fire hit on the dancefloor, no doubt.
YouTube phenomenon-turned-dubstep label and erstwhile London promoter, UKF, brings us the proverbial goods from Doctor P and Flux Pavilion's circus of fun. And what delights are in store for the latter day dubstep lover; from current chart troubler "Bass Cannon" through hands-in-the-air rave anthem "I Can"t Stop" with its trance tinged, mournful slo-mo intro and juxtaposed raucous, synth-ravaged main part, it's fun and games all the way. Other key cuts include the ubiquitous sing-a-long (saccharin) "Sweet Shop", the quasi-metal "Mosh Pit" from Cookie Monsta and the swaggering, grime inspired "Lines In Wax". Big.