A lazer-bending fusion of big room and grime, Deckajam make their mission statement loud and clear: they've come to devastate the largest of crowds. With soul-stirring vocals from Laura Bayston and demonstrative rhymes from Voodoo Browne, "We Don't Care" is a heady blend that melts down genres as quickly as it hypes crowds. Remix-wise there are some really nice twists. Ice Cream legends Light Work and DJD both turn in UKG gold; the former gets rugged and raffish with a chunky 4/4 and time-stretched vocals while the latter weaves a spell-binding web of organs and lolloping two-steps. Prefer your bass of a more contemporary nature? Jump on NJC's spacious and steppy remix. Trust us, you will care about this one!
The incorrigible Ambiel Music has got a bit of an ace up its sleeve with this extended compilation, a whole remix package of Deep N Beeper's illest material. The artist has been an important pillar of the label's catalogue thus far, so it's not a surprise that he's merited such an extensive appearance. There's a bit of everything bass-related in here, from the militaristic dread march that is Beepa's remix of "Rocksteady Fuzz", Sweetpea's jungle-heavy refix of "Silverback Guerrillas", Pao's industrial reinterpetation of "The Beast", and many more sublime reworks of that ilk. It's a big, bad, and nasty piece of work that merits instant download action