"Rave On": If you can find a more proactive dancefloor call to action, we'd like to hear it. With screaming high end riffage, old skool detuned piano stabs and some well curated samples, it's an instant shock-out. The chaos is kept a maximum throughout the EP; "Knock You Out" takes inspiration from the hardstyle and trap movements while "Acid" lives up to its name with a timeless texture of acid bubbles. For flip-switching fun head for the lower-tempo glitch-step sizzler "FBeats" Rave on indeed!
Although filed under breakbeat, the original version of "Loudness War" actually inhabits the no-man's-land between breaks and dubstep. It's loud, wobbly, intense and murky, utilizing the sort of colossal, over-the-top builds and spooky vocal samples that suggest nuclear Armageddon may be a matter of days away. If it was any more foreboding, John Simpson would be reporting live from the dancefloor whilst wearing a fetching flak jacket. Dilemn remixes, opting for a grungy mix of grandiose War Of The Worlds builds, crunchy electro house builds and bowel-evacuating bottom end.