Review: Henry Saiz hails from Spain; he's a music producer who's highly regarded, someone even called him a genius once (although there is a possibility that it was he himself who said it), and here he takes the reigns of the 19th volume in the Balance Presents series. He embarrasses a legion of sham DJs too by weaving a mix that utilises vinyl, cassette, reel-to-reel tapes and over 100 field recordings. All the material here is exclusive to this mix and the hypnotic, primal trance-electro-disco-house blend is once heard, never forgotten. A genuine artist at work.
Review: Down in the sunny south of France, moody producer Mr Ours can be found avoiding the light, lurking indoors and making his own brand of 'glitch-hop'. "Dawn" and "YMA" both see the music maker use a lot of tough dubstep moves and marrying them to quirky breaks with plenty of funk thrown in for good measure. The highlight of the mighty mixes also supplied is Dimaa's edgier reworking of the title track.