Review: It's been a monstrous year for the Ternion Sound trio, who here return for one final dosage of dubstep delight, welcoming three experienced sonic-surgeons inside for a set of tasty 'Dovetail' remixes. First on the list, we take a look at Kursa's electronic overhaul, focussing heavily on grizzly electronic pulsing basses and scattered breakbeat-style drum switches, giving the whole track a truly shocking feel. Next, the infamous Bukez Finezt delivers a system-busting recreation, showcasing the pure genius of Bukez' synthetic thought process and abstract rhythmic ideas. Finally, the legendary Reso makes his return to give 'Dovetail' a jungle-inspired overhaul, focussing in on industrial bass sounds and scattered drum designs to unleash a seriously potent original, rounding out the EP with a splash of high-tempo finesse. Excellent work.
Review: It's always an exciting time to see new music from Hebbe, who for us, remains one of the most underrated producers to emerge from the newschool dubstep wave. This brand new two tracker shows exactly why as we first dive into the stunning percussive displays and super-crunchy sub arrangements of 'Quiche' which are then greeted by some seriously regal melodic twists further down the line. Following this, the pace slows significantly with 'Looters', which deploys swampy bass drones and choppy drum slices to give us some really cool variation. Amazing work!