Australian baller Mall Grab here with an EP of sorts that touches on rave, dubstep and hardcore atmospheres tapped into broken techno rhythms and electro drums. Trance and goa vibes make their way into "Hidden Worlds" for something equally fitting for the mega techno club as it is the bush doof - Australian slang for a rave in the woods. Something of importance to the producer at the moment who raised money for Australia's state fire services with Looking For Trouble's quick release of Don't Keep The Fires Burning. This record however sees Mall Grab return to the underground with head-nodding references to bleep electro in "Leaving Tokyo" to the gnarly gabba and Kill Bill sirens of "Switchblade". Deeper sounds of a subterranean Sunflower.
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