Review: Bunkers are so last year. Right now it's all about the cellar... Wine cellar to be precise. And tonight your sommelier will be Oram. Fresh from his cameo on Deep In The Jungle, here comes his first tasting session on Audio Addict. 'Baddest Sound' is a Chilean Merlot; spicy and heady with its rough bassline grit. The stripped-back Lynx-like 'Double A' is more like a Australian Chardonnay; fruity and full of zest. The junglised groaner 'Fine Wine' is more comparable to an Italian Rioja - heavy, jammy and like rocket fuel for the senses. Finally we have 'Hide & Seek' which is the soundtrack to you running down offy because you've run out of wine. Bottoms up!
Review: DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict continues to deliver serious sounds from across the D&B board with two killer cuts from LA-based Replicant. Best known for his work on Viper and Get Hype, here we find the US drum & bass artist playing a cool game of contrasts; 'Sun Comes Up' has festival anthem written all over it with its addictive riff and soothing chords and female vocal samples. 'It's Closer Than You Think', meanwhile, shows off Replicant's 3am side with a much grittier, nastier riff that sits nicely between tech and jump-up. Two vibes, one crucial release; don't sleep on this one.
Review: Blackbelt badness: Martial Taktics lands on Audio Addict with three knock out tunes. 'Katana' starts the fight with a little help from MC Senso Zentinel who lays down his rogue ethics over a slippery, slinky beat. It's backed up by two more heavy duty weapons: a techno-influenced prowler called 'Phase 3' and a turbine-style shock-out with the finale 'Covenant'. Three absolute barnstormers. Wax on and on and on and on...
Review: Vital makes some of the nastiest beats around and he's back now on Audio Addict with a release that's decidedly dark, featuring lots of monochromatic basslines and pumping, remorseless vibes. 'Steppin' is one of our favourites just for its precise, stepping percussive line that comprises lots of little sounds all interwoven together, and features a sample from Flowdan's 'Welcome to London'. 'Move' is simpler but bigger, with a rambunctious bassline that ploughs through the range with ease. Nice one.
Review: Align your chakras for Akas. A new name to many but actually a total legend who's been involved in D&B for years and was responsible for signing early releases from a whole class of modern day headliners with his label Talkin Beatz. Back to the future, he's flexing some serious muscles with this debut on DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict. Two tracks, two reasons to tear-up the dance; 'Mini Roller' is a rasping, wasp-like work-out with a bassline that stings and buzzes in all the right places. 'Eurostar', meanwhile, goes into hyperdrive with a bassline that's so naughty it digs its own tunnel to France. No passports necessary!
Review: Hoax has been doing absolute bits for quite a while now and this forthcoming two-tracker for Audio Addict is a reminder that his ability to craft moody beats is right out of the top draw. 'Backstabber' exemplifies this best and moody doesn't begin to cover the grasping force of this track, a lows-heavy and ego-light rendition of pure dancefloor energy, with old-school brass textures providing the backdrop for a remorseless escape into clubland. Tickets ready please and leave your baggage on the door. The flipside is a remix from Kontakt, and he flips the bassline completely into a different beast, a remorseless set of stabs which hit with abandon. Insane.
Review: After a string of thumpers and bumpers on Pick N Mix, Bagged & Tagged and Brawlin Beatz, Refracta gets busy on Audio Addict with this epic EP. '88' sets the tone; bouncy, fun but full of weight and grit. Elsewhere 'Gravity' takes us into deep space with its sci-fi-like spaciness and zero gravity floaty feels, 'Tonight' flips between dark and light with cute keys over a roughhouse reese that grumbles from here to Glasgow. Finally we take a deep breath with the vocal-led arm-raiser 'Oxygen'. Lift up!
Review: We all know Jam Thieves bang hard. We all know they're canny with that minimal, grunting, dirty funk style. But do we know what flavour Jam these pilferers are? Has anyone ever asked them? Let's see if we can find some clues... 'Outbreak' is sharp and citrusy with a bite like a gooseberry. 'Johnny Cash' has a dark charm to it, all slinky and mysterious like a black cherry. 'State Killer' has a spicy vibe to it that creeps out of nowhere like a good chill jam while 'Crystal' tastes like machine oil and bassline napalm, cooked to perfection like mamma used to make. Still no idea on their flavour but boy do they taste good on the ear. Stickiness guaranteed.
Review: Boom! Audio Addict looks back over the vaults and draw for some of Euphonique's many big hitters on the label for this killer remix EP from some serious names and label family members. Guzi steps up first, fixing up our focus on the rave stabs on 'True' while man-of-the-moment Kumo flips 'Siren' into a gnarly dark style slap-about. Elsewhere man like Sl8r adds his unique, loose-limbed funk to 'Gangstar', Conrad Subs gets all jiggy over 'Booyaka' while Epicentre turns in with a flabby grizzler remix. Euphonique herself steps in to conclude this EP with the Amen VIP mix.
Review: Forget the rona, begone with the covid, 'Dubplate Fever' is the most serious virus you need to be aware of in 2020. Symptoms include a lifetime studio obsession, an addiction to all things jungle, developing 'breakbeat' as a second language and a fixation on making people turn their faces inside out and swearing at you. Xav suffers all these symptoms and has captured the energy and angst of the virus for us all to hear. The razor drum edits on 'Dubplate Fever', the ghostly vibes and two-step of 'Bristol Sound' (with Zach), the dubby synths and plunging bass gurgle on 'Take A Trip' and the classic melting-pot homage '1993'; each track translating the dark energy and uncurable rawness of 'Dubplate Fever', each track suggesting Xav is happy with the fact there is no known cure. Stay safe, stay sick.
Review: 10 years deep and counting; DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict are celebrating the big milestone with a whole brace of absurd updates on already slamming originals. Digging deep over the archives, the likes of Kastro, Hexa, Rantic, Dunk, Shayper, Zoro, Epicentre and many more all get their grubby mitts on some serious Audio Addict classics. Highlights include Zoro's brilliantly bubblesome old school twist on DJ Hybrid's 'Mix & Blend', Crossy's spacefunk bass grunts on his remix of Kartoon's 'Soundboy Surrender' and Epicentre's insane twists and touches on his remix of Scattyone's 'Give It To Me'. And that's just the tip of the remix iceberg. Huge shouts to Audio Addict for 10 years of ardent, loyal service!
Review: The epic decade celebrations continue as DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict continue to reflect over the last 10 years at the forefront of the dnb game. Like the previous classics collection, once again we dive deep into the label's rich history to find career-shaping tunes from some of the best in the game such as Kumarachi, Warhead, Euphonique, Replicant, Nectax and many many more. A perfect chance to get up to speed on the last 10 years, or fill a few gaps in your collection, highlights include the forthright rudeness of Nectax's flutter-bass roll-up 'Labyrinth', Gravit-E's twisted growler 'Side Bitch', Scudd & Crinnion's skank-happy 'My Town' and the massive 'Takeover' VIP from the bossman himself. Massive.
Review: Founded by DJ Hybrid, one of the hardest working men in the last 10 years of jungle, Audio Addict has been a vital platform for many artists to breakthrough. Kumarachi, Agro, Scartip, RMS, Section, Jaybee and many more enjoyed early cuts on the label, who've always had an open remit that's stretched from heavier dancefloor cuts to deeper, more junglist tunes. Recently rebooted with a new plan and re-generated crew, the label now look back over many killer cuts from last decade. Highlights include the sample-smashing 'Back To Reality' (RMS) , the epic disco feels of 'All You Need To Know' (Bassface Sascha & Fiendsoul) and the bleepy, low-slung stepper 'My Days Are Cold' (Agro). Here's to another 10 years.
Review: Oh hello there Audio Addict. Celebrating their 10th anniversary in true style, DJ Hybrid's label call up some serious names to get their remix claws into many of the label's classics. Comprising the likes of Gray, DJ Gaw, K-Jah, Section, Conrad Subs, Parallel, Disrupta and so many more on-point names in modern D&B, each cut gets turbo-charged and subverted to the max. With 26 remixes, there are too many highlights to mention but you'd be mad to sleep on Disrupta's savage take on Hybrid's 'Shoot 'Em Up', Parallel's epic sweeps on Swerve's 'Massive & Crew' or GLM's cosmic take on Section's 'Perfect Space'. Happy anniversary.
Review: Audio Addict are turning ten years old, a fantastic achievement, and to mark the occasion the good people over there are releasing a wicked compilation that draws upon lots of the artists in their orbit. This first sampler features Disrupta, Jappa, Subcriminal, Crossy and K Jah across a five-track showcase of just how gully this label can be, with all five artists stepping up to remix tracks from the label back-catalogue. Disrupta takes the reins first and does so with aplomb, putting a fiery spin on DJ Hybrid's 'Shoot Em Up' and flipping it into a warped-out engine of pure dancefloor energy. At the end of the release, K Jah comes with a distinctly different vibe that's much more rough and tumble, a bouncy yet relentless bassline sitting beneath a sampled vocal from Liam Bailey that sounds unreal. Top EP and we can't wait for the full version.
Review: Fresh from appearing on the likes of Wobble & Bass, By The Producer and Kartoons, Bruk jumps aboard DJ Hybrid's fully rebooted and new talent championing Audio Addict for his debut full single on the label. Those familiar with his sound will already know the drill; loose drum swagger, big grooves and toxic bass textures. Highlights include the bubbling bassline funk and dreamy apreggios of "Arper", the whimsical, almost sprightly musicality of "Error" and the hot-shoe-shuffling chaos-making screamer that is "The Boot". Holy moly.
Review: Fresh D&B in the house courtesy of newcomer Jak! Having only previously appeared before on Welsh label Incurzion through a collaboration with Concept One, Jak's solo debut for Audio Addict brings with it two extra collabs with Nautika and bossman DJ Hybrid. Receiving some personalised cover art in the process, Jak opens with the skippy, almost fidget-touched, half-time rave number "Back Around". Deep atmospheres enter the void when the first drop hits in "Dubplate Pulse" (and "Spawner") with the humming edge of Jak's basslines turning into something of a roar in the ambient pastures of "The Lion". Bouncier dub and reggae vibes in "Bun It Up" too matched by "Obstruction" only to be stripped back for some extra jungle percussion to make its way to the front of the mix.
Review: The Audio Addict crew are locked in once more to the sounds of the UK underground, their relentless focus on pushing hard drum & bass as consistent as ever and this time around their host is J Select. Kicking it off is 'Pressure', which has a lovely vocal sample focused intro that dissolves onto the drop into a narrow crevice of twisting bass energy, its drums inch perfect at the bottom of the range. 'Take Me Away' is similar, with a two-step drum pattern than supports a choppy, aggy arrangement of low frequency sonics. Dark and twisted, just how we like it.
Review: Audio Addict don't tend to put out music that's weak, thin or otherwise not suitable for the dancefloor. Burnzy's Liberation EP is a testament to that, all six cuts do some serious damage and the release overall is certainly on the sharper end of the spectrum. 'On The Spot' is the best of the bunch and it's got a rough, Sofa Sound edge that injects a satisfying level of oomph into the arrangement. 'Take Over' is a close second and its incredibly unique concoction of swirling basses and gargling pulsars adds a wicked futuristic element. Top EP from the Audio Addict crew.
Review: Audio Addict don't tend to put out music that's weak, thin or otherwise not suitable for the dancefloor. Hexa's End of Line EP is a testament to that, all four cuts do some serious damage and the release overall is certainly on the sharper end of the spectrum. 'End of Line' is the best of the bunch and it's got a rough, Sofa Sound edge that injects a satisfying level of oomph into the arrangement. 'Ivory' is a close second and its incredibly unique concoction of swirling basses and gargling pulsars adds a wicked futuristic element. Top EP from the Audio Addict crew.
Review: Audio Addict are one of the most prolific labels in the game and an imprint which we regularly feature in these pages, mostly because of their penetrative ability to get the heart pumping with some dirty jump up. This is the second instalment in their New Addictions series and it's a percy, with contributions from J Select, Kamoh, Erbman , Burnzy and Joely and T Zone. J Select comes out the blocks straight away with 'Glitch', a giant, cavernous stepper with oodles of space in the arrangement for its multitude of coarse basses to blow you away. Erbman has the other highlight, with a growling, wobbling underground of sounds below its skipping drum line. Big stuff.
Review: One of the most consistent and hardest working platforms for new-gen D&B talent in the last 10 years, DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict has a golden tracklist for breaking new names with the likes of Kumarachi, RMS, Agro, Section and Mr Hybrid himself all coming through the label. Now comes the new chapter. A new logo, a new approach with larger V/A releases that celebrate the most exciting names emerging but the same mission applies: to devastate your sets with the most contemporary and up front examples of this thing we call D&B. It starts right here with this crucial six-pack. From the moment Newcastle's Hexa opens with an electro-flavoured growler "Flourish" to the moment T Zone closes the EP with the dramatic strings and foul bassline of "Killers", this is the sound of Audio Addict kicking into a new decade stronger and more consistent than ever before.
Review: Hailing from Coventry, DJ Hybrid has firmly established himself over the last couple of years as someone at the forefront of D&B's re-discovered love for jungle-influences and bouncy but hard-hitting basslines. Drawing upon those influences, he's back on Audio Addict for a full-throated six-tracker that kicks off with 'On A Riddim', a gently weighted sine-based wobbler that pushes on every corner of the range. 'Madman' and 'Funk Pulse' have clear Kings of the Rollers vibes, with juddering bass pulses and that recognizable sense of hardware-based rawness. This release has overtones of Manchester and undertones of the South - proper UK underground stuff.
Review: Audio Addict are addicted to sending you on your way with some top class audio and this six-tracker from T Zone is no different, a sharply cutting selection of tracks which all aim to force you out of your shell and onto the dancefloor. The mighty 'Legion' is our favourite in that regard, partly because it deploys some wicked sampling that lends a distinctly soundboy aesthetic to the pumping breaks and warbling, distorted bassline that provides the main root of the track. It exemplifies what's good about this release, so check it.
Review: Audio Addict don't tend to put out music that's weak, thin or otherwise not suitable for the dancefloor. Kamoh's Meddling Kids EP is a testament to that, all six cuts do some serious damage and the release overall is certainly on the sharper end of the spectrum. 'Meddling Kids' is the best of the bunch and it's got a rough, Sofa Sound edge that injects a satisfying level of oomph into the arrangement, there's a serious vibrancy in the bass-drums relationship and it's a pleasure to listen to. 'Looking For Something' is a close second and its incredibly unique concoction of swirling basses and gargling pulsars adds a wicked futuristic element, all of it underpinned by a creative, stepping percussive line. There's a wicked variety here and everything feels accurate and well-placed - well played to the Audio Addict crew.
Review: Gravit-e have taken a short hiatus but are now back with Make Some Noise over on Audio Addict for a riotous EP, a four-tracker that is arguably their best work to date. An act that can cross sub-genre boundaries with ease, they've chosen not to do so here and instead have presented five slices of pure, vibrant energy in a fashion akin to Break or DLR. The title track is a serious stepper with a twisting, fluctuating bassline that ducks in and out of the drums and just sounds absolutely amazing. 'The Game' is pacier and steps things up a notch, with raw drums, filtered-out sonics and a sense of devilish progression. This whole EP is just full of killers - absolutely wicked.
Review: Hailing from Coventry, DJ Hybrid has firmly established himself over the last couple of years as someone at the forefront of D&B's re-discovered love for jungle-influences and bouncy but hard-hitting basslines. Drawing upon those influences, he's back on Audio Addict for a full-throated six-tracker that kicks off with 'Take A Look' featuring RMS, a gently weighted sine-based wobbler that pushes on every corner of the range. 'Rapture and 'Swordplay' have clear Kings of the Rollers vibes, with juddering bass pulses and that recognizable sense of hardware-based rawness. This release has overtones of Manchester and undertones of the South - proper UK underground stuff.
Review: These 3 are some of Manny's best forthcoming talent, a collection of artists who prioritise genuine vibes and naughty head nodders over pretentious introspection or chin-stroking punditry. Hardcore Vibes is an exemplification of that worldview, with four system-shaking cuts of jungle-influenced hedonism that range from the funky to the downright dirty. 'The Masses' falls into the latter of these two categories and it packs a tapestry of different low-frequency slivers and punchy bass notes, all underpinning a raucous set of jungle stutters and vibrato breaks. Wicked stuff.
Review: Damageman has been on a bit of a roll recently and he's back on Audio Addict for a stripped back, roughshod single which showcases an interesting blend of the minimal sound with the jump-up side of the scene. This is a style that's been taking off recently and we're very much into it, it's a bit less full-on that jump-up and not as screechy, yet still has the wicked attitude and urban-edged toughness of jump-up. 'Ass Up' is an excellent example, with an Ice Cube sample and multiple criss-crossing strands of reverberating bass, an amalgamation of low-frequency textures which just roll out the whole way through. Sick stuff here.
Review: Audio Addict don't tend to put out music that's weak, thin or otherwise not suitable for the dancefloor. Sikka's Fearsome EP is a testament to that, all six cuts do some serious damage and the release overall is certainly on the sharper end of the spectrum. 'Battle Track 101' is the best of the bunch and it's got a rough, Sofa Sound edge that injects a satisfying level of oomph into the arrangement. Sikka's remix of Sweet's Style is a close second and its incredibly unique concoction of swirling basses and gargling pulsars adds a wicked futuristic element. Top EP from the Audio Addict crew.
Review: Octo Pi have taken a short hiatus but are now back with Mumble over on Audio Addict for a riotous EP, a five-tracker that is arguably their best work to date. An act that can cross sub-genre boundaries with ease, they've chosen not to do so here and instead have presented five slices of pure, vibrant energy in a fashion akin to Break or DLR. The title track - 'Mumble' - is a serious stepper with a twisting, fluctuating bassline that ducks in and out of the drums and just sounds absolutely amazing. 'Bordeaux' is pacier and steps things up a notch, with raw drums, filtered-out sonics and a sense of devilish progression. This whole EP is just full of killers - absolutely wicked.
Review: Audio Addict are here with their first release of the new year, a four-tracker from Konz. This label always - repeat, ALWAYS - bring out the goods with their tunes and this release is no different, sitting very nicely in the modern, up-to-date brand of attitude-filled D&B pioneered by the likes of Serum and Bou. 'Bloodpath' exemplifies this perfectly, with a rough and diving bassline that will definitely sit well with the discerning D&B head. 'Peter The Pusher' is another creative cut, its spooky bassline definitely setting it apart form others.
Review: This is an album for any discerning D&B head who has been locked in to the sounds of D&B this year. Featuring the likes of SL8r, Kumarachi, DJ Hybrid, Bou and Stompz, this big LP touches right onto the pulse of where the D&B scene is at the minute: long basslines, raucous atmospherics and downright dirty vibes. Bou provides that from the very start with his remix of 'Raised In The Jungle' by DJ Hybrid and MC Haribo, a full-throttled run through the Mancunian space in the Bou fashion that we all already know and love. 'Liberation' by RMS is another highlight, slightly more stripped back than some of the other offerings but still with plenty of force to go around. This is a fat release.
Review: RMS lowkey makes some of the dirtiest rolling D&B around and My Generation is only a confirmation of that fact. The intricacy with which he blends various strands of bassline is shown clearly in 'Outta Here', which after a soulful intro switches on the drop into a mash of jagged basses and diving since wobbles. 'My Generation' stutters and rattles out of the intro, its punching low-frequency stabs land like a tonne of bricks on the drop and you can tell it was made for the dancefloor. 'Liberation' might just be the best, as its pacey drums and reggae samples fade into a sonic explosion of glitching, sine combinations and stitched together basses. The final two - 'Getting Down' and 'Woke' - end the release on a jungle-influenced high of knifed in energy and monstrous low-end groans. What an EP!
Review: Euphonique lands on Audio Addict with a fiery EP. Kicking off with 'True' is crunching halftime drums that skitter away into a drop of rattling percussion that fills up the range in a full-throttled run of high quality energy. 'Siren' carries on the trend of pummelling kick drums and suspenseful ambience, with a sick vocal lead and wicked little drum switch ups. 'Gangster' brings the pulsating low-frequency wobbles at the bottom of the range as skippy, pacey drums lead out over the top - you'll recognise the sample on this one. The ragga vocals on 'Booyaka' smack of that classic Manny sound as a Serum-esque switch-up bumps into stabby bass bounces that scream character. 'Killah' ties things up with a clean drum line and diving bass pulses and yet more sublime wobbly action - a real stinker to finish off the release.
Review: More down to earth flavours from the fast-rising new-gen soundboy Gravit-E as he returns to DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict label with six provocative stinkers. Sitting pretty in that fertile melting pot between tech, dark, jungle and jump-up, each cut will appeal to DJs across the board. You need highlights and you need them quickly, right? Deep heads will enjoy the rippling poignant drones of "Wormhole", fun lovers and 23rd century disco steppers will slurp up every last drop on "Sexbot" while "I Can't Feel Your Love" will sweep kick you off your feet with its purring bassline and sultry rave vox. And that's only half of it. Don't sleep!
Review: Don't be misled by the title: this is no thrown-together 'greatest hits' package but rather a 40-track label showcase from DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict label, coming complete (if you opt to buy the whole album) with a fast and furious, 52-minute mixed version by Canada's RMS, aka Paul Currie. Tracks come a mixture of relatively new names (Martyn Nytram, Saffire Dubz, Confusious) and more established players (LJ High, Scartip and of course Hybrid himself), while stylistically the album touches on various different D&B sub-genres, but with the emphasis always firmly on cuts that are built to tear up the rave.
Review: Multiple label mogul, card carrying junglist and all round badman DJ Hybrid shares the parts of last year's piano-laced roller "Love The Vibe" to five expert new-gen speaker smashers; Stompz takes us down a guttural tech-twist path only showing shards of the original's euphoria, Kumarachi goes mental with rattling breaks and dub sirens galore, Damageman maintains the uplifting pianos while switching up the bassline into a stripped back growler, Sl8r brings is signature devil bass while Furniss closes the show with a bass riff so ugly all mirrors in the club will shatter when you drop it. Vibey.
Review: You can say a lot of things about Uncle Grav but one thing is undeniable; he brings you down to earth with his every nature. It's the law. Making his debut on DJ Hybrid's ever-on-point Audio Addict imprint here he delivers some serious matters of the day: "Space Exploration" is hookier than Serum's riff-filled coin purse, "The Life Stream" groans like its OD'd on a fog horn collection while "Chasing Clouds" flips for a breezy uplifting Hozzy-circa-2007 vibe. Audio Addict badman-in-residence Kumarachi joins the fray for the finale: the warped and weirded-out bassline bender "Get Up". Get down more like. Time for a slice of good life (stream).
Review: We told you he'd be back... After a precious excursion on Deviant Audio he returns to DJ Hybrid's double-A imprint with more bounceable unpronouncables: "Pemmican" is all about the soothing sci-fi soul thanks to its velvet filtered tones while "Rouge" (with Captivate) takes us even deeper into space with lavish bass tones and a whirlwind of rising chords. Elsewhere "Weight Of The Matter" is an emotional-rich piano-tickled soul collabo with his IRL partner Anastasia and "Tiwaz" sees him colliding with Audio Addict/Deep In The Jungle's biggest success story so far Kumarachi with epic, goosebumping results. Finally we're sent off to pastures on planets faraway with the hurricane chords and power liquid momentum of "Balisong". Stunning.
Review: If you ain't misbehaving, you ain't worth saving... Hybrid's Audio Addict return to the ravey series they set in 2016 with another hard-slapping six-piece. Do-no-wrong Kumarachi reminds us why he's boss with a stuttering jungle roll and demonically pitched vocal samples, Conrad Subs calls on everyone's favourite macabre aged WWE wrestler by way of twist think break devilry while Hybrid fine-tunes his 20/20 vision with a stinking halftime romp. Elsewhere Riffz lashes out on the razz snares, the mysterious Scartip skins us alive with his rim shots and Habitat strips things back with some beautiful time-stretched drum work. Be good now.
Review: It's safe to say that Audio Addict have become one of the most consistent drum and bass imprints in recent years, consistently releasing high quality material for the masses. This release sees Replicant return alongside a bag of remixers on "Ruff & Tuff", including Agro, Too Greezy and Veak. Our highlights have to be DJ Hybrid's old school refunk, Section's subtle rolling refurb and the super chops and piercing bass stabs of Conrad Subs' recreation.
Review: Previously appearing on DJ Hybrid's Audio Addict Volume 1 mix and the label's 2017 annual, relative newcomer Lost Dynamics finds himself on this all-spanning debut EP. Four pieces of fire ranging from deliciously minimal piano-tickled two-step ("Let It Roll") to groaning gully skankage ("Gun Finger"). In between we have grizzly damagement in the form of "The Arena" and a crucial early-Break style romp that blends spine-trembling soul with think break venom in the form of "You Make Me". Time to get lost...