Deep Dimension follow last year's So 1992 debut release on Rekids with this similarly-influenced release that draws on sources from the early 90s. The title track revolves around hammering kicks and a wild rave sequence that references Riot-period UR. Similarly, "Audio Space" sees the pair chop up a vocal sample and loop it over a brutal, industrial rhythm. Meanwhile, "Stronger Than Steel" comes across as a modern take on Frankfurt Trax, replete with the seemingly solemn rapping that was the signature accompaniment for many of those iconic releases. Last but by no means least is "Planet E", where Deep Dimension deliver a discordant stomper.
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