Review: This latest selection from Incurzion Audio is yet another top quality project, this time welcoming Dedman inside for some incredibly well produced goodness. The title track 'My Heart' packs a serious subby punch, combining heavily effected vocals with epic bassline action, complete with a Myth's big room remix, adding an extra sense of depth to the original creation. From here, the glitchy bass designs and colourful percussive arrangements of 'Terri Chango' are let loose before we take in the neuro-inspired synth action and super choppy drum drops of 'Backbeat Steeze'. FInally, Kidsonic joins the party on 'Deep Down' for a futuristic roller, focussing on high ended synthesis and vibrant sub-bass below. Awesome work.
Review: Myth has been one of the scene's major success stories over the last 12 months. Known previously for his work as a part of Ill Truth, Jay has been killing it on the solo front by becoming known for a strictly stripped-back, jungle-focused approach to hard-hitting beats. This time around he's releasing on Lenzman's North Quarter imprint, who have moved away somewhat from their typical focus on dreamy liquid but have stayed firmly true to their commitment to organic, free-wheeling beats. 'Long Time' is quintissential Myth and packs serious smacks of Breakage in the drums and the structure'; the sampling is superb and the whole mix is clean, precise and devastating in the extreme. 'Reboot' rises up on a bed of funky sampling, before settling down into a loping, simple and yet masterfully effective bassline. It's a rough, raw and rambunctious release that relies only the bare minimum - perfection.
Review: Seldom does a tune have a more fitting title then "Check It"... Everything about Myth's latest rump-shaker demands your attention. The baggy trousered rolling breaks, that grizzly little waspy bassline and those spooky tones. Once again Ill Truth's Myth delivers some authentic goods. "Sabotage" does the classic b-side thing and take us even deeper. More stripped back and dubwise but still rolling and creeped out, it's another precision minimal roller mission accomplished.
Review: Hot on the heels of his Subtitles debut last month, Ill Truth's Myth gate-crashes the CIA party with four more certy heavers. Proper back-to-the-roots Bristol-flavoured bassline business, each cut smacks with timeless grit and funk. Highlights include the wild fluctuating wobbles on "Pathological" and the big diva vocal snippet and high voltage bass snarls on "No 1 Else" with Madcap. There are no limits to this man's gulliness.
Review: Computer Integrated Audio or CIA (the better one) don't release terribly frequently but when they do, you know you have to pay attention. Total Science curate the label and this time they've sourced a seriously cool four-tracker from Myth, who has smashed it out of the park with his wicked combination of breaksy steps and rolling beats. All of the tunes here are exceptionally well produced but not over-engineered, they still pack a rough edge and they don't sacrifice rowdiness on the altar of clarity. The title track is the standout, with a punishing array of drum hits and a spacious bassline that wobbles its way into your heart by the end of the track. Top stuff here from the CIA crew.