Review: Hang on, Hebbe, Melle, MR.K and ENiGMA Dubz all on one track together, no your ears do not deceive you, that is indeed the incredible new offering that Duploc have put on the table during these troubling times. Being one of the most versatile producers in the land, we often see ENiGMA floating around UKG and bass these days, but to see him back in his home-realm of deep dubstep is always a pleasure. He gets busy here with a disgusting rethink of 'Wayside', rebuilding the original elements from Hebbe, Melle and MR.K into a scrumptious chomper, packed full of spooky pads and grizzly warbling synthesizer fun.
Review: As an upcoming producer, when your label sends out your tune on promo and you get instant support from the likes of Markus Schulz, and Paul Oakenfold, you know your onto a pretty good thing. Then again, Tiesto's original label Magik Muzik will have already spotted that. Following releases on Flamingo and InCharge this is quite electro led for Magik Muzik (largely down to the thumping kick, and soaring lead riff) and comes with a big vocal from Maegan Cottone that has plenty of crossover potential. Don't fear vocal haters, the instrumental is included and packs plenty of punch on its own!
Review: Melle's only on his second release to date, and already he's dominating our charts like a absolute pro. This new two-piece, dubstep attack comes courtesy of breakthrough label Version Collective and, if you're into ice-cold rhythms and sci-fi bass rolling, then you're on the right link. "At Night Dub", as the name implies, is a heartical, futuristic roots stepper guided by a subtly wobbling bassline, and a shimmering shred of percussion shots. Instead, "Sewer Dub" goes down a dark path, using intricate sonic twists to take the listener - and dancer - into a much murkier space, a domain that is sure to be given the thumbs-up from all the corner-dwellers in the place