Imagine a fusion of hip-hop, grime, dubstep, bass music and electronica. Imagine each genre twisting and turning, melting into each other with razor-like execution. Imagine Davine Law. Straight out of Las Vegas, Davine has delivered a seriously sick debut LP that explores every unchartered sonic territory possible. From the broken glass bass riddim "California Grime" to the Busta/MOP style mosh-fest "Born Crazy" via the insanity bass loops of "2 Gunz Up", each cut acts as a seismic attack on any bass-loving dancefloor. Gritty, uncompromising and wholly distinctive, Davine Law tells it like it is.
You'd think with hectic DJ schedules and production commitments, dubstep producers wouldn't have much time to do any housework. But you'd be wrong; here we find Californian bass scoundrel Imperium sweeping up his sector with pride. There's more than a touch of neuro to his graft, all doubling kicks and psychedelic twists in the heavily textured bass. Sweeping done, Imperium hits the Gulf course with the deadly "Desert Storm". The epitome of the term 'growler', there's an underlying sense of dread programmed into every chest-pressing kick and every detailed sub grizzle. Get sweeping today...