Review: The Keep Deep movement ploughs on with this one as they team up with dubstep dynamo Dedicut for super powerful two track tasting. We begin with 'Crawl Space', which is a minimalistic composition, centering around the quirky nature of the lead bass instrument, couple with spacey drum patterns and shimmering windy effects. We then move into the more amphibious bass synth design on 'Magnesium' which trickles through the mix with unpredictable oscillations over dubbed out drum selections and eerie atmospheric tones in the background.
Review: The irresistible sounds of the rising imprint return, this time alongside the employment of B1TYZE for a delicious dubwise two tracker. We kick off with the pounding drum marches of 'Ethenal Feedback' which brings incredible tribal energy to the table. On the flip we have the more unpredictable dubstep rhythms of 'Plutonium Nyborg', focussing on writhing bass synths, punchy percussion and swampy atmospherics. Keep Deep have certainly maintained their impressive run of releases with this one!
Review: Naza's Keep Deep continues trooping from strength to strength since its launch earlier this year. Following key smoulder sessions from the likes of Tony Rocky Horror, Skuvlow and Michael Dayne come these two purring pieces from US low end professor Fabricator. "Summer Night Strange" moves with a mechanical fluidity, well oiled and prone to crushing. "Jazz Tune" provides much more of a soulful serenade with introspective chords, stumbling beats and a vibe that instantly puts you at ease. Sublime.