Matt Pulsar's dubstep project continues with aplomb as he makes his debut on US bass imprint Tuba. Four-track heavy, each journey explores the furthest reaches of the bass template, taking us to extraordinary places at the very fringes of the low end movement. The title track is the most traditional of the set; sultry half-tempo beats and gurgling bass wubs while "Future Target" takes this further with an even more spacious dynamic, jazzy chords and a really cool spoken word sample. "How You Feel" comes with an almost Detroitian tech feeling, seen on the likes of TRG releases while "Darka" is like a classic jungle record played a warp speed -10, all tripped out and head-bending. Give Subreachers a reach around today... your playlist deserves it.
Following an outstandingly successful launch, dubstep site-come-stable FKOF returns with the able assistance of Matt Pulsar. Still operating under his mesmerizingly hypnotic Subreachers guise, each of these four cuts leads you down the darkest dub alleyways possible. Highlights include the heavily reverbed rim-shots and subtle sluggy bass murmurs of "Hanbo", the spacious delicacies and expertly edited amens on "Icecrack" and the church-like gothisms and harrow hollowed tones of "Immortal". This fire ain't going out any time soon.