Lowriderz & MC No Limit - "Get Done" - (3:23) 175 BPM
Get High - (3:44) 175 BPM
Lowriderz & Claws - "N.O.W." - (4:16) 172 BPM
Lowriderz & Klay - "Possession" - (4:05) 176 BPM
Evol - (4:28) 175 BPM
Review: Digital Terror release music that'll put the fear of god into you, proper big tunes that shake systems and all the rest of it. Lowriderz lands on the label with a cool five-tracker aimed at the jump-up heads amongst you and all of the tracks on this release hit fairly hard, even the first - 'Get Done' -which reels you in with some nice sampling and vocal work from MC No Limit. This release is grating at times but it's worth it, with some big tunes to keep you going. Well played guys.
Review: Pure D&B venom right here from the duo Lowriderz. "Skank" sets the scene with another pair-up with previous collaborator Claws (no relation to Santa apparently). Multi-layered grainy bassline bashment business. This won't just make you "Skank", it'll make you slap several elderly members of your family too. "Soundbwoy" follows the same rampaging trajectory but with more of a groan and rumble in the bassline and fractionally less attitude. Another absolute barnstormer from the Original Key crew.
Mouse On Mars & Mesak & Claws Costeau - "Somiak" - (3:40) 80 BPM
Mouse On Mars & FX Randomiz - "Fromm" - (3:24) 110 BPM
Prefuse 73 - "90's" - (0:55) 102 BPM
Mouse On Mars & Funkstorung - "Bon Djerry" - (3:56) 50 BPM
Mouse On Mars & Yoshimio - "NKANKA" - (3:54) 64 BPM
Mouse On Mars & Matthew Herbert aka DJ's Collapse - "Double Gum" - (3:22) 101 BPM
Mouse On Mars & Olivia Block - "Pterion" - (5:19)
Mouse On Mars & Oval - "Gitto Ski" - (3:45) 80 BPM
Mouse On Mars & Tyondai Braxton - "Off Sea" - (3:39) 60 BPM
DJ Sotch Egg - "Mouse On Egg (Happy Birthday!)" - (0:39) 86 BPM
Review: Marking the third instalment in their mammoth 21 Again project, German electronica stalwarts Mouse On Mars present another salvo of collaborations that show just how far their tastes and influences reach. There's playful electro with skweee lynchpins Mesak and Claws Cousteau, rapid-fire drum programming with Funkstorung, unhinged synth and squelch weirdness with Matthew Herbert, and folk-infused psychedelia-meets-noise terror with Tyondai Braxton. At every turn the music is loud and leering, overflowing with ideas and production skills that prove Mouse On Mars are coming of age in fine style. If there was any doubt that this pair is a powerhouse in the world of experimental electronics, let this release be a lesson to all.
Review: 2018 was a certified vintage for Serial Killaz' self titled label as they dropped a stunning slew of singles, EPs, albums and mixtapes. In case you missed anything, these are just some of the many heavers, heaters and hurters that dropped throughout the year. Highlights include the toad-like bass and Spyda's iconic vocals on "Imitation Soundbwoy", the island charm and snaking rolls of Limited's "Sun", DJ Vapour's absolutely pummelling hardcore slap-about "Damage Your Sound" and Leaf's other-planetary freak-out "Night Time Vultures." Sing when you're killing.