London-based producer Michael Roberts, better known in D&B circles as DJ Ironlung or simply Ironlung, serves up two no-nonsense jump-up cuts. But in doing so he treads a fine line admirably, because while both cuts do have the kind of energy and attitude that'll appeal to hyped-up younger floors, he manages to avoid the style's worst EDM-industrial excesses, with the result that both 'DIY' (with a sampled female vocal that's reminiscent of DJ Trend's 'Another Classic' from 1996) and the accompanying 'Immortal' (with an ominous, distorted male spoken vocal) have the potential to reach out beyond the jump-up ghetto.
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