DJ Hi-Shock compiles the second instalment of his remixes and in so doing shows just how many killer reshapes he has carried out recently. Most of the interpretations follow a roughly similar path, with heavy, dubby beats combined with fathomic chords and rickety percussion. There are of course some smart diversions; his take on Mark Broom's "M28" deploys a stepping rhythm and infectious filtering; the remix he provides of Ad.lib & Silvision's 'Collide' sees acidic lines roll in menacingly over metallic rhythms and the take on MADA and Plankton's "Zath" is an eerie, stripped back groove fuelled by a throbbing bass.
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