Review: After revealing each exclusive track over the last month, Kry Wolf finally delivers his DNA collection. A way of showing his own roots and party passions while celebrating his peers and labelmates' finest studio creations, the mix is a great reflection of Wolf, his and Shadow Child's label and its talented roster. Highlights include Shadow Child and Friend Within's WOW-referencing "The Moon", Kry Wolf's percussion-pummelled twist on "Piano Weapon", Geoff K's floor-melting bass shaker "Dysturbed Trumpet" and NYTA's dangerously demonic vocal cut "The Call". Also included is Kry Wolf's mix that joins the dots between the many sonic shades. A great concept backed up by an immaculate collection; DNA is where it's at.
Review: Shadowy downtempo deviant Nuage takes a break from his drum and bass servings, and switched to house mode with this latest EP for the prolific Project Mooncircle, this being the producer's debut for the label. "Nulla" opens the doors to a odd but wonderful planet made up of subtle melodic tones, caressing beats and soothing pads. "Spring Ghosts" is another majestic moments amid the tracks, a laid-back jam charged with a slow house tempo and fluttering breaks. Nuage's music is a true breath of fresh air, combining contrasting elements with a singular precision and an open mind. Something we can all enjoy.