Review: Destination Denver: Ghast lays down some pure volcanic bass on Overdue's latest black label series. So heavy it has to drag itself along as it groans and scuffs the gutter, "Vehement Mess" lives up to its name in all possible ways and is backed with an even heavier remix from RDG. For a more cosmic crusade, check "Mothership" which takes us for a cruise around the stars on a rocket made of pure cement kicks while Overdue bosses finish with a remix that's primed for the biggest of rigs. Respect due to Overdue.
Review: There seems to be no stopping Dalek One at the minute, who continues a rampage of top quality releases across a multitude of different platforms, solidifying his name as one of the most consistent dubstep artists out. This EP begins with 'Breakthrough', a glitchy spaced out behemoth of a recording, driven by mammoth bass tones and unusual atmospherics. Next, we dip and dive into the aquatic textures and merky sub-tones of 'Terror Strike', before rounding up the project on the title track itself'. As a recording 'Witchcraft' is truly original, working quirky 8bit risers and bitcrushed basslines. Tasty stuff.