There's something about MC Co Defender's vocal style that instantly recalls a million classic rave tape packs. Serious command with a less is more approach, fuse it with Jayline's switches between jagged bass and soothing jazz chords and you've got yourself a timeless slice of classic rave-primed jump up. Looking for more of a heads-down stepper? "Submariner" will hit the spot. Gruesome.
Mayhem and Fingaz write two new cliffhanger chapters in the book of Silent Storm; "Deja vu" sets a raw late 90s tone with deep references to the likes of Moving Fusion and early incarnations of Bad Company thanks to its unrelenting drive and unapologetic sense of darkness. "Freek Sack" boots us into an apocalyptic future where sandpaper basslines and sharp two-steps act as hard currency and are regularly traded for rolling shakers and hi-hats. Vicious.