Review: The unstoppable, immovable force that is Drumsound & Bassline Smith have come together once more as their duo alter-ego 2DB to bring some high pressure dancefloor reinforcements for your delectation. This gritty, down and dirty version of themselves was last seen collaborating to create "Terrahawk" on the "15 Years of Technique" album and now many begging fans have been rewarded with a double header of hard-hitting no-nonsense filth. We knew they'd come back for more. It's a testament to the duo's resilience and punch-bag attitude that there's still so much excitement to be found in their corner of the drum and bass world. Last note: Watch out for "Quaalude".
Review: Drumsound & Bassline Smith take us back to their roots with an all-out masterblasting third album. Celebrating both jump-up and jungle's current influence while maintaining their own super-tuned production signature, Wardance lives up to its name in every way; 11 tunes tailored for pure dancefloor damagement. Highlights include the lush renegade rushes on "Technique Badboy", the snake-like jungle rattles of "Ouija", the diesel powered thrust of "Roadblock" and of course the never-failing, still ubiquitous slammage of "The Odyssey" VIP. Pure drum & bass in its heaviest and most energetic form; this is their Derby trio's best album to date. No question.
Review: It's so good of Drumsound & Bassline Smith to segment their 15 year celebration into themed chunks for our listening pleasure. This Summer Selection is a perfect duet of summer rollers, from the euphoric drops of "Memories" to the build-up and subsequent barrage of uplifting bass and synths in "Primitive", there is nothing dark about this release. It's a pairing of pure drum and bass ecstasy and it's all yours right now. All you need now is somewhere to dance and a Solero.