Review: Following his gnarly jump-up juice on Soundbully earlier this year, UK up-and-comer Fatality gets busy on Basildon-based imprint Shiftin? Beatz. Sporting a deeper, leaner steez throughout the release, each of these four cuts sit pretty in axis between the likes of Shogun, Playaz and Critical as naked drums punctuate with chiselled power and persistence. Highlights include the immersive sub arrangement and faraway string tones on ?Did You Hear That?? and the creeped out neuro moans of the cheerfully titled ?Dire Suffering?. Talk about living up to your artist name.
Review: Soundbully Audio turn up with the goods once again with this hard-hitting EP from newcomer Fatality. Blending what's best in jump up and upfront drum and bass, there's no let up from the sound of crashed out snares and squeaking synths whirring almost to breaking point. Working with classic hardmen samples and a repertoire of early Skream and Caspa-esque dubstep influences, by the sounds of this, there's not much this guy is afraid of. If you like your tunes heavier, crazier and supercharged for the dancefloor you're going to love this.