Review: Despite all the recent setbacks, London's stronger than ever right now and what better way to prove it than with the totally lit LDN Selection - a sizzling new collection compiled and mixed by the mighty Plump DJs for the Punks label? The set kicks off with the leftfield tropical trap of 1 "jungle" by Mace before embark on an electric journey over the course of 24 more tracks. More highlights include the insane hands-in-the-air stadium ghetto of Stanton Warriors' "Walking" and the crunchy bassline house of "Roll Easy" by Signal:Noize. All tracks are available both individually and woven into a cool one hour DJ mix. Best of both worlds, nuff said.
Review: To be a successful Mafioso in a world of street tuff beats, you gotta be hard. Good job then, that Breaksmafia are hard as nails. Here we have a quick one -two attack, with "Put Em Up" getting in first with stadium-sized ghetto beats and epic rave breakdowns. "Let Me In" is even more lively: with bouncing subs, laser-beam effects and Prodigy-esque vocals.