Shoot Recordings comes through with a new pair of artists on its roster, after having put out a series of killers by the likes of Chrissy Murderbot and Pawn. There's more juke-driven house music on this latest outing by Calculon and Austin Speed, backed with by a serious team of remixers. The original is a raved-out footwork monster with some of the nastiest piano stabs and break samples we've heard in a long time. Lewis James transforms the original into a full-blown monster, where the beats are totally screwed up along with everything else, while Deft adds another wild and trippy dubstep remix.
US dwelling D&B-ster Random Movement provides the first cut for this new release on Rubik - kicking off with gentle, rattling breaks and shimmering atmospherics, we are eased into "Risk" slowly, with a slowly building sonic palette leading into the main tune. With an inherent musicality present throughout, the echoing vocal snatches serve to emphasize the mood of the piece. Deep bass bellows add further depth and structure. Up next, it's over to Mutt, Calculon and Kevin King for "Easy On The Motion" - a vocal-led, smoky, jazz-influenced liquid roller, which is preceded by a stripped back intro and bobs along beautifully until the end.