Review: We here see Sukh Knight's return to his home imprint of DAKU for two tracks of pure 140 fire. Over the years we have heard Sukh Knight move with times superbly, with the first track being a perfect example of his grimey influences alongside the intense vocal patterns of Grim Sickers on 'David Seaman'. Sukh provides a scorching backdrop of hard hitting horns and choppy drum textures, over which Grim Sickers runs wild. The instrumental as a standalone goes by the name of 'Bricks' and also features on the release for good measure!
Review: As one of dubstep's original heavy hitters, it's awesome to see Sukh Knight still doing what he does best and producing amazing 140BPM based originals. This latest piece is an instant classic for the Sukh Knight repertoire, as he deploys typically eastern melodies over grizzly, hard hitting bass instrumentation. It's gnarly, it's powerful and it's typically Sukh Knight as one of the most consistently hard hitting producers of the last 10 years supplies us with yet another belter!
Review: When it comes to classic dubstep releases, there aren't many that are riding ahead of this one from Sukh Knight as he re-releases the timeless 'Born Invincible' EP on his own label 'Daku'. This project really has stood the test of time, kicking off with the title track, packed to the brim with colourful LFO patterns and smooth chord progressions. Next, 'Jinglist' gives us a view into Sukh's more melodic side, again allowing those nostalgic chords to roam freely between catchy basslines and minimal drums. Finally, we welcome Badness on board who provides some catchy vocal impressions on 'Shooting Stars', another timeless classic to conclude proceedings upon.