Review: Jedi renews his subscription to Reader's Wives with 'Full Mag'. Top shelf filth in all directions, this will get many dancefloors hot under the collar over the coming months. Beyond Jedi's love for magazines, we have more utterly gruesome tear-ups to settle... 'The Sound' rouses up the feels string-surged drama and Belgian flavoured high frequencies and 'Hey Baby' leaves us feeling so giddy Jedi shoves us in a spin dryer then makes us walk home with a blindfold on. Finally we're treated to a remarkable remix of DJ Terra & DJ PrimeTime's 'Bun Dem' as he weaves an ethereal vocal around one of his most venomous basslines. Read all about it!
Review: Hey pal! You want beef? You got it! Dubstomp 2 Bass shove their greasy middle fingers up at convention and have a big old 'BBQ' in the middle of winter. Warming us up with every sizzling steak and every crucial chop, head chefs at this bass banquet are Jedi, Composure, Toal, Nowa and DJ Terra. Each of them bringing their own special marinade and secret spices, everything is ready for the feast of the season as we chow down on highlights like the warping, weirded-out 'Drunk Uncle', the high fibre fire of 'Tasty Burger' and the spicy, steppy fusions of 'Buckwild Brisket'. Yum.
Review: Battered sausage badman Midst returns to D2B with four power-packed jams of various fiery flavours... 'Juicy' goes in on the high energy vibes before breaking out into a really emotional harmonic riff, 'Nuff Gal' flips between the 2000s-era style distorted, ruffhouse production and sun-kissed skanking choruses, 'Rasta Lion' brings a really dark, driving feel to the EP before the EP title track 'Rollin' looks to the jump-up sound of the early 2010s but adds a contemporary twist to the sound design, euphoric build ups and vocals. Keep it rollinggggg.....
Review: Time for a little splish splash show as Jedi gets his bathers on and takes us down the 'Hydra'. 'Cold' sees us jumping in at the deep end with a very cheeky sample lurking at the bottom of the pool. 'Georgia' turns on the wave machine and gets wild with its pared back bass/beats combo before the title track tsunamis us all out of the building with its big horn drama and pant wettingly gnarly drop. Finally we head to the changing room for the grizzly blazes of 'Don't Want You'. Swim when you're winning.