Review: Subcult's Special Series is back and so is their Slovenian buddy G8 with two tracks for your collection. Label boss Aka Carl presents the adrenalised peak time fury of "Deadfall" with its nefarious and dark aesthetic which will appeal to fans of main room grooves on labels like Drumcode or Senso Sounds. This is followed up by the more groovy and funked-up energy of "Desire" with its jacked vocals supported by tunnelling and reverberated sci-fi feelings. All killer and no filler from the Sub Cult camp once again!
Review: It's a high-octane techno alert as Subcult unleashes four peak-time stompers. Peppelino's "Bass Science" sets the tone as air raid siren riffs and insane bleeps and blips weave their way in and out of a frenetic, rolling rhythm. Next up, Veztax's "I Can't" offers a more light-hearted take on hard techno with a rubbery, almost cartoonish bass underscoring an innocent female vocal snippet and bonkers acidic bass. Jmix's "Tiembla La Tierra" marks a return to the sound explored on the title track, based on a rolling, drum-heavy backing track, while Jesus Soblechero's "Al Cabaret" focuses again on the 'party' approach, fusing a sample from St Germain and integrating it with a disco-based groove.