Review: Monk Audio always unleash some of the naughtiest D&B around, it always has that tinge of old-school flavour and usually packs an aggressive punch to the finale. The best thing about Fullstep Phil's Generation Kill single is the rough-edged manner in which it toes both the old-school and new-school lines. 'No Signal feels wonky and old yet sits within the current wave of dark rollers so popular at the moment and it's reminiscent of Serum's recent releases. 'Hollows' also has that lovely old-school feel, this time packaged up with a set of stunning rolling breaks and tinged with hard-act vibes - absolutely banging tune.
Review: This line up acts are all people who you've probably been seeing more and more of recently, as their own distinct brand of jump-up inflected sounds are starting to garner attention and turn heads. Stillz is at the helm of this particular journey, a six-tracker that hits hard and doesn't any prisoners - not even useful ones. This is exemplified best by the 'Way Out', which just goes, any time you think it's going to break down it just comes back bigger and better. 'Twisted' will certainly make you want to take some, a grating mash of pure energy that's matched in the subtlety of 'Business Hours', which takes things down in terms of loudness but up in terms of sophistication and production value. It finishes things off with 'Space Boy' and boy, what a finish, as glitching, techy stabs rattle all over the place and shove you along with them. Sick EP.