Surefire trap and grime beats for the warriors; and we do mean the warriors! British Jamaican Cotti just happens to be Space Muzik's label boss, so who better to take the helms on this one than the man himself. Starting off with the full frontal assault of "Starfleet" featuring one of the most grinding basslines we've heard all year, no competition. Things get more sci-fi on "Starfleet" with its laser zap melody with rapid fire high hat triplets, firing about the place above some suspenseful strings. "Garden Of Eden" goes for the straight up trap sound, its bleeps and pianos supported by some snares that'd make even Baauer stand up and notice. Finally "Blackhole" is quite frankly one of the grittiest grime experiments on record which stutters and warbles about the place like a Playstation computer virus by way of Croydon.
The Bassface label relaunches for their first new material since 2007 with this fine EP release. Kicking proceedings off, DJ Enme and Crazy D step up with the deadly "Terminator", a searing dubstep monster with a mental oscillating bassline. Cotti then takes over with "Long Time Coming", a deeper track with an altogether dubbier vibe while Crazy D's solo track "Can't Wait" brings funky percussion but retains the bass pressure. To finish us off, DJ Enme teams up with Euby on "Bad Bwoy Remix", an all out tear up which is sure to test your speakers.