Review: The Giant Cuts crew come through with a late bunch of cuts for the warm months, a collaborative collection of tracks to mark their first Summer Heat series. London disco nutter and label regular Deadly Sins delivers six cuts in total, starting with the sublimely funky "Keep It Hot" and ending with the synth-heavy "Dance Star", an instantly hummable tune that's full of good vibes. DBC serves up three equally charming and effective disco tools, the killer in the lot certainly being "Jump Dub", an instrumental boogie attack with a dubby twist.
Review: Damageman's Sub Heavy hits the big twenty with this supersized V/A EP from some of the label's nearest, dearest and ruffest of friends. The main man takes the lead with 'Tell You Something', a gently dubby stepper laced with sultry vox and wormy subs. He's backed all the way by the likes of Conrad Subs with the fittingly titled face-ripper 'Hefty One', J.O.E gets his skank on with the bulldozer funk-up 'Likkle Yout Man', DJ Direkt strips things right back to the bare grizzly bones on 'Untitled' while Trauma DBC closes down the EP with a full-on deadly 'Lazer' fight. Beam us up!