Believe In Me (Hironimus Bosch remix) - (5:57) 129 BPM
Review: Lowering the Tone started off as a podcast series and has since evolved into UK producer Mark Pember aka Meat Katie's label of choice. Pember rose to prominence as part of the 'nu breaks' scene of the late 90s, and on the title track, this influence is still writ large. The rhythm is stepping, vocals sweep in and out over a gritty filter and techno stabs, and the end product has a dramatic, insistent feeling. Ben Coda, who released on Lot49 before its demise, deliv-ers a straight techno version, led by furious kicks and a throbbing bass, while the Hironimus Bosch take is more under-stated but still packs a gut-busting sub-bass.