Review: Well, where do we start with this one. You want heavy dubstep? You have it all right here right now. Rampage Recordings have served us up an absolute feast, kicking off with Lifecycle?s glitchy monster of a riddim entitled "Brain Thrilla". From here we move into a four way collaboration from Barely Alive, Virtual Riot, Phaseone and Myro named "Rampage" and it's an absolute corker. Next up we have the riddim anthem that is "Jump Up" from Leiden's own Franky Nuts. The EP is then finished off perfectly with Bloodline's "Street Gangs" anthem, which works bubbling subs and spooky synths together seamlessly.
Review: Longstanding Subway lurker Lifecycle gets his frown on for this unique track-trio: "Fronsfunk" is a wonked-out scratcher of the tune that lollops and scrapes with its gutter-chomping bass. "Pussy Mobil" takes everything you know about dubstep and bass music and twists it inside out with a strong helping of country redneck feels while "A Long Time" brings us back to the subverted funk Lifecycle has made his signature. Guaranteed to turn your frown upside down.