The endlessly talented Blackdown is back on the feverishly gracious Keysound imprint for a new batch of bass-driven, high-tech dance cuts. This time, however, it's a multi-mix affair, where our man Blackdown lays down four versions of the "Keysound Sessions Anthem". The Feverish Weightless mix opens with an Optical-style fold of mutant bass engulfing the barren slices of percussion floating in mid-air, followed by the more kinetic Technorollage mix, where a hint of 4/4 is injected amid the groove's rugged and improvisational beat structure. The original cut sounds like a strain of dubstep that could have easily been conceived by the UK's legendary jungle pioneers thanks to its subtle hints of break science, while the 8bar version takes us all the way to grimesville, and ties this EP off with a grizzly tone of voice.
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