Review: It has been a brief minute since we heard from the Maraki team, who have clearly been keeping busy, plotting away for their next compilation project behind closed doors. Here we see just what they have building up to as they unveil a monumental second edition of their 'Spaces' series. This kicks of with Axel Boy's hard hitting original in 'Feel It Deep' which fuses potent bass synths with stunning vocal lines perfectly. Next up, Zero bring his unique sound design into full flow on 'Broken' before Document One get busy with a highly sought after D&B rethink of Bushbaby's 'Sonder'. Finally, we see the introduction of Greed & BTW who team up with the legendary vocals of Dread MC for their crunchy roller 'Enemy'.
Macky Gee, David Zowie & Ruth Royall - "Ready For You" (Bass mix) - (4:10) 134 BPM
Macky Gee, David Zowie & Ruth Royall - "Ready For You" - (3:22) 191 BPM
Macky Gee & Cyantific - "Need U" - (4:12) 175 BPM
Macky Gee & Carasel - "180" - (5:16) 176 BPM
Macky Gee & Ryden - "LA 2 UK" - (3:12) 64 BPM
L.O.V.E. - (3:23) 175 BPM
Review: Man like Macky Gee slams back with his fifth studio album and it's an absolute tirade of the senses with a serious all-star cast of cameos ranging from D12's Bizarre to neuro don Mefjus. A full-on tour (not sorry) of his influences and ambitions, we're treated to bassline ("Destiny"), bouncy bass house ("Another Level") trancey D&B ("Demand") dubstep ("Take Me" - with Franky Nuts) and graveyard creeping jump-up ("Revenge") Complete with all the grotty riffy magic he's known and loved for in between, this is his ambitious and rounded album to date and a big stylistic twist from the Gee-man. Massive.