Review: In the near 6 years Southpoint has been up and operational, we have seen them constantly supply us with wicked compilation sets, always looking to showcase the next big talent whilst also welcoming back their stacked roster for another outing. The collection they have pulled together for this latest drop is pretty powerful, with label regulars Cortese, Daze Prism, TVU, Drax, Earthnut, Hamdi, Jakebob, Kiddah, EM-Roe & KXVU all making solid contributions. They also welcome the likes of Demure, DV-US & Vital Techniques back inside, following on from some very exciting single drops, whilst also introducing us to one of the stars of the future in Clarcq, a Scottish UKG producer whose infectiously uplifting 'Siren' leads the way here. Excellent work once again.
Review: As the Southpoint team continue to grow and expand their powerful catalogue of original bass music, they welcome the sounds of the much sought after Kiddah, who unveils his quality with a spicy four track masterclass. The title track 'Grip' is exactly what the doctor ordered, fusing together lethal reese action and gnarly drum breaks, kicking us off with a fiery introduction. From here, MRo's sumptuous vocal talents swim into view on 'The Way', another luscious landscape of tasty breaks and vibrant subs. Finally, Kiddah sends the EP down a completely different route as Diligent Fingers arrives for a powerful vocal on the raucous dubstep designs of 'Run Di Place Red'. The combination of these three heaters is something truly special, topped off by the addition of the 'Run Di Place Red' instrumental mix for good measure.