Review: Long standing Bristol repper Hydro continues his thirst-quenching sub assault with three shadowy collaborative rollers. Drenched in mood, "Film Noir" is as smoky as a stressed out Sam Spade. "Mistrust" cuts through the haze with steppier, pneumatic beats that perforate the iced out pads in the background. Finally "Ephemeral" is all sub, kicks and rattling snares. The louder you play it, the better it gets.
Review: Jam Thieves return with a collection of straight up bangers courtesy of the Serial Killaz fam. A shoe-in for 'duttiest bass of the year', "Cry Blood" opens up proceedings with a sky-shattering dubline that'll send dancefloors into a frenzy. It just gets better from there, with bass-heavy, thunderous tune after bass-heavy, thunderous tune and when T>I gets involved, things get really serious. If you were expecting to get some work done during "Business Meeting" think again. This dark and dangerous roller runs deep and demands your attention. Some real deal drum and bass right here, make sure you get your fix.