Review: Yin Yang Audio has already graced the presence of Croydon's Dubtribu, but this time the producer does so with an 11-track album, deserved chance for him to really get his voice across. This is because YYA's output isn't dubstep in the fullest sense of the word, but rather a diverse and explorative myriad of sonics bound together by a heavy layer of low frequencies. If you're expecting loud, squelching and raucous brostep, you won't find any here; Yin Yang Audio serves up a gnarly bunch of tunes that can be used both on and off the floor, a myriad of sonics to bounce to and meditate over. For fans of the Deep Medi sound.
Review: Uncompromising bass tactics abound as Houston's YYA hops over the pond to Croydon's Dubtribu imprint. "The Running Man" carries several techno hallmarks as the sub pulsates with gradually growing menace. Further on we're immersed in classical drama as "Stressless" stretches out the strings before dropping into a series of sharp sinewy bass waves while "Sacrifice" takes us down a dark bass alley and duffs us up with distorted gritty lows and industrial strength highs. For his grand finale YYA lays down "Deepspace". All drones and gravity defying drum dynamics, naturally it lives up to its name.