A/T/O/S stands for A Taste Of Struggle, and it's safe to say that Amos and Truenoys have certainly put their backs into this project. The duo were originally picked up by Mala back on 2014, and haven't looked back ever since. This is their second LP to date and, much like their debut, it touches upon many different elements of the enlarged dubstep continuum. There's plenty of tunes on here that'll liven up any dance, but this is very much a pensive and meditative bass affair. Much in line with Mala's pioneering 'deep' dubstep, it's clear that the Deep Medi head honcho has foud some new, young, and like-minded talents to carry on his dynasty.
Welcome to the digital realm Jealous God, the new multi-purpose project from the collective minds of Karl O' Connor, James Ruskin and Juan Mendez. Intended for the "mutants of our age", Jealous God could possibly fill the void left by the end of Sandwell District, arriving as yet another offshoot of the spiralling Downwards Empire with ambitions significantly higher than the average hand stamped white label techno operation. Mendez himself helms this debut offering alongside Semantica boss Svreca under the SS/S guise, with the Sicario de Dios EP presenting a suite of four "Siglio's". Musically, release sees Mendez and Svreca pair a short beatless production with two more expansive, dead eyed techno production that will appeal to Semantica fans.