Review: 6blocc takes matters into his own hands on this brutal set of remixes, offering up dancehall and footwork takes on the massive "Anytime" original. Claiming to "rumble the glasses off your grandma's face" in the official press notes, we had to put that to the test. No grandmas were harmed in the making of this review, although this reviewer's specs did move a good few millimeters during the instrumental version of "Anytime 6blocc Footwork Refix". Thinking about taking up footwork? Get on with it. You'll never hear the neighbours complain again.
Review: In 2010 London/Kent based label come agency come promoter Digital 6 started from the bottom, fast forward 7 years and they have built a solid following and are well respected by peers, critics and most importantly fans of music. This mammoth album show cases the 'Best Of' the imprint with a massive 36 tacks. Ranging from the gloriously sun-kissed, ragga jungle tips 'Let's Go This On' and 'Stay Strong VIP' to the hard hitting hip hop dipped 'In The Hood' and 'Gotcha Back'. The album also comes with some interesting remixes like the dark and brooding jungle remix of '50,000 Watts and the beautifully sinister remix of Portishead's 'Humming Darkside'. If you're into eclectic, well-crafted quality drum and bass, this album is well worth the long listen.