Review: Shifting Peaks are slowly but surely carving out a niche in world of bass, and they're doing it their own way. Although Working Girl have a vaguely urban sheen, their heart is deep in the electro-pop world of the early '80s. No bad thing with us, as "Sailing West" sounds like Howard Jones as produced by M83. Elsewhere highlights include the '80s prom flick new wave of "Naomi", the fizzed-out Prince-isms of "Aqua Neue" and the totally awesome moody Miami Vice-ish instrumental "Breathing Sand & Glass".
Review: Well, the UK's Shifting Peaks have really gone and done it with this latest leviathan of a compilation, an anthology of their best and most wanted from 2010 until now. Inside, there's talent and plenty of club antics bouncing off the wall left, right and centre; with over fifty cuts there's enough to go around and satisfy a whole artillery of bass-heads. Some of the stand-outs for us are Tessela's "Yes You Can", Hackman's "Always", "Put You Down" by Odessa, and OM Unit's remix of "Reach Out" by Nphonix. What a belter,
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