Review: There are no doubts that Foamplate has solidified himself as one of the new school leaders in Dubstep culture and releases such as this alongside the Plantpower imprint show just why he's rates to highly! To kick off 'Moose Fly' is a heavily swung jamboree of colourful bass oscillations crossed with choppy scattered drum selection. Alongside this the more straight arrangements of 'Nettle' are just as vibrant, focusing on a more stripped back, haunted approach to 140 music
Review: Well, it's safe to say that Plant Power have unearthed a real gem with this one as they welcome in the top quality sounds of Foamplate for three swampy heaters, kicking off with the fuzzy bass tones and choppy drum work of 'Kingsize'. This amphibious roller then splashes into the incredibly unpredictable drum chops and warbling synth tones of '2020', before we take a final twist on 'All Talk'. This one is a more minimal roller, focusing more-so on its glittering, spacey atmospheric design, rounding off a body of serious ear candy.
Review: After a bag of tribal dubstep delights? Look no further as Krytikal touches down on the impressive Plantpower imprint for a three track shackout, packed to the brim with vibrancy and character. We begin with the title track 'The Technique', which is a certified roller, pulling it's energy from colourful LFO rolls and groovy percussive leads. Next up with shimmy our way into 'Hunted', which continues the tribal rhythmics, this time surrounding by powerful subroutines and expressive spacey stabs. Finally we finish up on 'Jumanji Riddim'. This one is a certified wheeler, focussing smooth stepper energy across funky drum combos and eastern woodwind melodies
Review: For this latest tasty link we see Nova land on Plantpower for a selection of super nostalgic dubstep jams, channeling the more introspective ends of the genre into two potent original creations. We kick off with the glittering percussive inputs and breezy chord pushes of 'Caffeine Dub' which casts images of early Anti-Social Music sets into our minds with it's delicacy and subtle delights. On the flip, we dive into a much more percussive design as 'Reincarnate' brings forward bouncy congas and choppy rhythmic maneuvers to inject some OG dubstep energy into the dance! It's a fantastic two tracker and a top quality tribute to dubsteps origins!