Our pet favourite, Encrypted Audio, has just scouted out two new bass-headz for their catalogue, the promising talents of Darkraqqen and Ramsez, both relatively new players on the scene. That being said, "Demons Inside" sounds like it's been crafted with the upmost care and attention to every detail, breaking out a dangerously wobbly swarm of bass, while "FML" goes much deeper into the depths of the dubstep cavern thanks to some utterly broken beats, which leaves "Pressure" to send us off into dread march mountain, to quote an infamous Mala killer. Sick.
The Deep Dark and Dangerous reign marches on as they here armour up for a colosul two track meeting with Ramsez, who certainly doesn't come to disappoint. We begin the foray with the the gritty sub rolls and distorted deluge of 'Jaywalkin'. On the flip side we are given another slice of dungeon-like delight with 'Under Ground', as frog like lead synths growl away amidst spooky atmospheric pads and sharp unprofitable drum work. Really cool stuff from the DD&D team here!