Review: What a year the guys at Infernal Sounds are having eh? This release serves as a testament to the momentum the team's release roster has build up as 'Origin' lets us explore the deepest and darkest corners of the dubstep phenomenon. We are blessed with a top draw line up, with original recordings coming from the likes of DE-TU, Perverse, Saule and many more heavyweight faces. For us, one of the standouts has to come with Von D's return, on the laid back LFO rolls and glitchy chord stabs of 'Finis Gloriae Mundi'. Other highlights include stepper's favourite Sepia with his two potent originals in 'Remember' and 'Awaken', along with Karnage's smooth collaboration with Rider Shafique on 'Realise'.
Review: Over the years we have slowly seen the dubstep sound become more and more prominent across Europe and beyond. Today we check out the latest drop from one of France's original stepper soundsmiths with this vibrant two track project from the now London-based Von D. We kick off with 'Cross Of Hendaye', an incredibly crispy creation, boasting thick, punchy drum structures and vibrant bubbling atmospheric textures, working together to create a sizzling, unpredictable, system ready delight. On the flip, 'Finis Gloriae Mundi' takes a slightly more rawcus tone, focussing more-so on its potent lead LFO line, set to rearrange dances into ruckuses worldwide.