Combie the talents of Deft (aka Yip Wong) and Lewis James and you'll discover a trove of genre defining drum and bass, to dubstep, hip hop and experimental labels like Project Mooncircle, Exit Records, 1985 Music and 20/20LDN. Collaboratively the pair now debut on Def's freshly minted B4 Music with an EP that traverses wild soundscapes and bassline designs as much as it does the grit and tension of industrially savage UK dance music. Kicking off with "Peepo" you find its snarls and roaring metallic gestures make way for the spiralling, tribal and melodic refrains in "Octo". Dramatic, even hardcore elements, arrive in through the brutal effect of amps and delays that scream in unison on "Wolf 503 B", with the EP's lead track taking the listener deep into a world of torn, screwed, dubbed out and cut up bass music. Plug in - this goes deep.
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