Review: Long-time Resistance Fammo crew member, now rolling deep with Digital Roots, Choppa returns with two more crucial jungle rollers. "Rolling Heart Ache" is instant rush material with its minor chord pads, sensual rave vocal and drop into a "Nightflight" style rolling subs. Restrained and classy. "Bad Sound" takes us down a darker pasture with its thick treacle subs and some really cool switches that drop into cheeky reggae samples and twisted amen blasts. The real deal.
Review: Toronto's Tyler 'Hungry T' Hewson emerges from the shadows with his first full debut single on Digital Roots with two seismic slices of ageless rave. "Friction On My Feet" works around a classic piano hook with big drone bass groans and amens so finely diced you can barely recognise them. "Feelings" takes on an even more authentic jungle twist as a classic Keke Wyatt vocal wraps itself around bellowing subs and rolling skippy breaks. Timeless.
Review: Invasion by name, invasion by nature: Silent Storm is in A-game takeover mode with this immaculate five-piece of timeless jungle jams. The title track will carpet bomb your crowd with deep funk Bristol science, "Clangers" will enforce martial law with its hypnotic out-of-this-world hook and groaning bass while "2 Deep" will create instant lockdown with its Cartoons style 96 era riff and Lafayette Afro sample. "Burn Them To Ashes" flattens and plunders the land with its spooked out drone bass while "Technique" claims victory with its Trilogy-style elastic bass and pummelling rolling drums. Invasion complete.