Fear-E's fourth outing for Dixon Avenue Basement Jams sees him deliver his biggest track so far. Inspired in equal measure by jacking Chicago house and the low-end menace of Detroit artists like Suburban Knight, the vocal-led "Jump On The House Train" is a superb, slightly menacing slice of house music. "A New Day" and "Skuddy Deflektor" follow in a similar vein, albeit without vocals, with Fear-E laying down dark sub-bass tones and rolling kettle drums to devastating effect. Closing track "Green Eyed Monster" sees him edge closer to techno, with a frazzled bass, acrid acid and waves of abrasive percussion making for a powerful peak time track.
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