Review: The Hungarian Neurofunk outpost that is Eatbrain are back with their latest satanic offering and no, it's not a goat or a small, innocent child. Instead, it's a three-track EP from regular Eatbrain staple A-Cray and his sound is even bigger than we remember. 'Lasers and Stuff' is that track and it's four minutes of snarling basses and twisting sub-lines which burst out the stocks with ferocious speed, underpinned by the frenetic sounds of neurofunk drum work. 'Proxy'' is another highlight, it's pitched-up synths fill the top of the range in a lovely contrast with its subsequent diving, mutated low end. Another top release from the Eatbrain crew.
Review: Next level badness from Phace & Misanthrop's Neodigital camp; both these cuts push D&B into brand new creative alleys, ruffing the genre up and nicking its wallet in the process. "Wrecked" is as forefront as it gets; all stuttering cuts and mad edits flying in from nowhere. Wonky, spacious and daring, it's like a Dub Phizix track but heard 30 metres deep underwater while having a bad dream (this is a good thing). A Cray's "Stomper" is a little more conventional - in that its rhythm is more of a classical steppy dynamic - but the thundering bass and spiky synth shots give it an almost anarchic edge. Goodbye neurofunk, hello neuropunk!