Review: Project Lando and MC D-Low are being given the remix treatment by the two experienced producers that are Jayline and Damageman and both have come out with the goods on this one. Jayline takes 'Fire in my Belly' to the next level, energy wise, ripping up all the rulebooks, taking off the limiter and putting his foot onto the gas pedal. The bassline on this one is one of the biggest you'll hear all year, for sure. Damageman takes things down a slightly choppier route, with a punishing set of drums undercutting a stabby, rolling bassline. Top stuff.
Review: Deep in the Jungle know how to do jungle. The clue is in the name, really, and they're proving it again with this huge compilation of 40 huge jungle anthems from some of the best rising stars of the breaksy side of the scene. RMS, SL8R and DJ Hybrid all make an appearance, as do Kumarachi, Veak, Schematic and Epicentre. This is a very strong roster and its reflected in the tunes, with Schematic and RMS teaming up on 'Take It' to combine roughshod, vibrant breaks and moody atmospherics in glorious fashion. Check this one.
Let The Darkness In (original mix) - (7:45) 135 BPM
Let The Darkness In (Cut & Splice remix) - (7:00) 128 BPM
Review: Electro trance anyone? Nukleuz do the business again and uncover a promising new talent from the dance music breeding ground of Sweden. Youngster Vanity In Mind follows his Oakenfold supported 'Raindance' with this energetic fusion of floor directed madness. There is a wickedly grinding electro remix on offer on the flipside also from label regulars Cut & Splice, so the phrase 'something for everyone' certainly rings true here.