Light It Up (feat Crazy D - original mix) - (3:18) 140 BPM
Drifter (original mix) - (3:21) 140 BPM
Bump This (original mix) - (3:18) 140 BPM
Outstanding (original mix) - (3:03) 105 BPM
Family (original mix) - (4:59) 140 BPM
Review: Despite being away from the main stage for a short while, there is no denying that Caspa is one of dubstep music's truly legendary figures. He is back action on his native imprint of Ghost Town with five system-sizzling originals, kicking off with the bulbous LFO squelches and potent vocal displays of Crazy D on 'Light It Up', really kick-starting the project with a punch. Next, lethal sub-textures dissolve across the low end with 'Drifter' rolling into view, followed by the super gnarly synthesizer drones of 'Bump This' which again add an extra level of intensity to proceedings. Finally, two additional heaters, with the more grimy drum structures and lethal bass warbles of 'Outstanding' arriving first, before the constantly shifting synth textures of 'Family' gives us a stomper send off to round out the project with a slap!
Review: It's always good to see new music from Coyote hitting the shelves, with this latest drop from Utah? exploring a very cool sense of spacey wave magic. First up 'Central Reservation' unleashes a bulbous combination of blippy chord rotations and ice cold square wave melodies, before 'Frozen Crossing' slows the pace for a skippy dive into a truly majestic sonic tundra. The EP's title track 'Last Light' then arrives with a sense of drippy majesty, focusing on sweeping LFO drives and almost UK funky inspired drum work for a truly unique sense of rhythm, before the unorthodox melodic programming of 'Outer Limit' gives us a glitchy twitch off between robotic instrumentation and almost niche-like 4x4 breakdowns. Finally, a slide down to the grimiest of avenues as 'Rooftop Access' combines acidic synth pulses with skippy drums to round us off with a bang!