A catalogue member of Cue Line and White Peach, the one like Teffa steps up on FatKidOnFire with four blazing bass cuts that edge on the deeper end of the dubstep spectrum. That said, "581D" is a brooding, fearless riddim that leaks an oozing bass from every angle, and "100s Of Lighhyears" feels like its part 2, or rather, a deeper continuation of the same sci-fi electronics. Our favourite on here is "Tar Goroth", though, namely for its tech-minded bass and dreary sonics, but "The Main Question" does plenty of thrashing of its own - those subs! Killer.
After a relatively lengthy hiatus, our main man Teffa returns to our charts with a side-winder of an EP for the ever-impressive Cue Line, making this its 21st release to date. Kicking of with the wayward "Tribe Dub", we're flung deep into a world of electronic bass steppers made up of the same ilk as Mala's original sound. "Phone Tapes" and "Warped Dub" are similarly heartical killers, engulfing the entire framework with cavernous levels of sub-bass and dread-spirit, leaving "Up In Smoke" to roll its menacing dubwise scatter over a slew of itchy percussion and dreadlock nuttiness. TIP!
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