Despite being Canadian, Terror Tone (aka Luke D) has pretty much got the UK bass scene covered. His last single, Tundra, was featured on BBC Radio 1 Extra, so who knows where this one may go. Far, presumably, as the three tracks on offer here are mega-accessible - "Space Jam" is all moody and sensuous electro-house, almost like early Black Strobe or Tiefschwarz, "The Creeps" is more modern with a rolling UKF shuffle and some lovely retro house breakdowns and things finish with the schizophrenic bass mash-up of er, "Mash Up" which splices together a string of killer bass breaks.
Flip It Out (Terror Tone Bassline remix) - (4:12) 137 BPM
Rock2Nite (Vlsonn Remix) - (4:14) 129 BPM
Let U Know (Blue Neptune remix) - (4:51) 128 BPM
Some excellent raw ghetto house from Toronto's Syntonics, who follows on from his "Da Hook Up" single with these four new remixes on Intellegenix. The 2 Live Crew-isms of "12 Gauge Donkey Boot" are both retro and also a hell of a lot of fun, while Terror Tone's bassline remix of "Flip It Out" is a mighty worker with some dubstep inflections to the synth stabs. On another tangent altogether, Vlsonn transform "Rock2Nite" into a ghetto house/deep house hybrid, complete with French-style phased samples a la Justice. The vocal electro of Blue Neptune's take on "Let U Know" rounds off this fine EP in sparkling, glistening form.