Review: Subsonik doesn't mess about, diving straight in and remixing two absolute belters from darkside soldiers Black Sun Empire and Quadrant & Cease respectively. First up is "Crash Bunny", which he re-works into a discerning dancefloor bomb with stuttering synths and cool percussion. "Rage & Rapture" undergoes a similar treatment, with a trance-like, sci-fi vocal-led intro and spaced out atmospherics, it drops into an epic adventure with rapturous synths and euphoric SFX. One for the ravers.
Review: Seriously - seriously - before any more words are said, just get your mitts on this LP. A seminal piece of work, it charts a decade in the life of Vision Recordings, the label at the foremost terrifying edge of neurofunk and beyond. Sharing the strobes with Black Sun Empire, Phace, Spor, The Upbeats and Calyx, and Teebee, it's hard to imagine what on earth drum and bass sounded like without these guys tearing a hole in the space time continuum every time they dropped a new EP. Black-hearted excitement from the darkest recesses of Europe. Don't pretend you don't need to hear "Diplodocus" one more time.