Review: It's been a while since we last enjoyed the straight-up ruffage styles of Liz-E but the wait's been worth it... And it's come with a Trigga-sized stamp of Shadow Demon approval. Press play and hear why; "Ducks & Ladders" lives up to its quirky name with a sinewy bass riff, chop-slapping wooden block hits and an energy that will crunch in any mix scenario. "Nightwalker" takes more of a techier trip with Dimension style sweepers and pneumatic drums that could pummel a truck. Serious business.
Review: Rowney and Trigga - now there's a partnership you can set your watch by. Precision execution of the highest, most turbo-charged proportions, Rowney's beats are venomous as ever while Trigga takes to the foreground with cool restrained. "Empire Riddim" is a Mcallum-mashing shredder that will raise eyebrows and other limbs when dropped peaktime, "Dark Business" lives up to its name with little to no introduction necessary while "Like I Do" is a love letter to the beats and herbal accessories that keep us all out of trouble. Finally we have "Warm Up The Dance". Understatement of the year... This doesn't so much warm-up but rather completely coats in molten lava. Shadow!
Review: Coming out with the one-tracker, Rowney has teamed up with one of the hottest vocal acts in the field of heavy dnb right now - MC Trigga. The man is floating after teaming up for huge collabs with the likes of Bou and more, so it's unsurprising that he pulls out a stellar performance on this twisting, grinding slice of jump up dnb. Rowney never messes around and 'Dun Dem' is no different, its bouncing layers of synth offering everything you could ever want from a dancefloor tune. Big up Shadow Demon for the release.