Enter The Gates (feat Rider Shafique - Egoless remix) - (4:31) 62 BPM
Enter The Gates (Egoless remix instrumental) - (4:02) 62 BPM
Review: Deep Medi Musik really do have an untouchable knack for finding absolute gems, all holding a strong, front facing system influence, with this latest remix project from Dubkasm, Rider Shafique and Egoless being the perfect example. We find ourselves in the midst of a field of tasty sub designs and eerie compositional designs. Egoless reworks the Dubkasm sound into a slower, more stuttered creation, allowing Rider Shafique's impactful poetry ring out loud and true. What a way to finish up the year!
Review: Following on from the first selection of remixes, we are very excited to get ourselves stuck into the second part of 'Rastrumentals Remixes', as we see the legendary sounds of Phaeleh and Sam Binga join the party to remix the Dubkasm originals. Firstly, we take a stroll through Phaeleh's dubwise re-think of 'Missaoo', a fluttering composition packed with shimmering, gliding synths and potent sub textures. We also hear Sam Binga's percussive prowess glistening throughout his lively overhaul of 'Monte De Sioo' alongside Ras B. Yet more fantastic rethink projects as part of the 'Rastrumenals Remix' series!
Review: Following on from an impressive run of releases, we see Dubkasm revisit his Rastrumentals series here with a pair of top draw remixes, both encompassing something completely different. We first take a look at the Alter Echo & E3 remix of 'Lei Aurea',a stunning piece of sound design driven by grizzly sub bass structures and some super impressive synthesizer work. On the flipside we then take a closer look at the Om Unit rethink of 'Eco Do Jongo', which of course features Ras B for some wicked vocal additions that work perfectly over Om Unit's stripped back remix approach.
Review: Powerful contemporary dub from the MindStep crew. Jeph1 provides a perfect spacious dynamics for Leicester's premiere conscious ambassador I-Mitri. Embracing the true sentiments of dub and applying loopy, textured techniques, it's at once heavy and meditative. Remix-wise Dubkasm gets his digidub on, Trashbat soothes our soul with slinky, soulful future garage breezes and The Illuminated take the groove down to the darkest dungeon possible, providing some great space for I-Mitri's vocal. This fire is going to burn for a long, long time.