Review: Oh yes! The Hitman is back in the building! And he's firing on every cylinder this side of the universe. Following Bladerunner's killer remix of "The Hitman", Cain gives Aries and Tuffest the keys to one of his most famous jungle anthems, and they've taken it for one hell of a joyride. Maintaining the sample-heavy vibe and sheer cheeky energy of the original while boosting with toxic levels of bruising bass, it's what the word 'remix' was invented for. Yardrock RIQ are taking no prisoners right now.
Young Love (Marcus Visionary remix) - (6:44) 174 BPM
Young Love (Inna Culture remix) - (5:34) 174 BPM
Young Love (Serial Killaz radio edit) - (3:48) 174 BPM
Young Love (Serial Killaz instrumental) - (6:37) 174 BPM
Review: Smoochy lovers rock D&B: Canadian artist teams up with Angelo Pantin for a sunset skanker that has potential to bless as many airwaves as it does dancefloors. Soulful, organic and rolling, this is authentic reggae jungle. Remix-wise label bosses Serial Killaz add a subtle touch more grit, Marcus Visionary strips out the instrumentation and rebuilds it in his own unique way while Inna Culture thunders up the drums for added kick. Cain.1.... Marvellous.
Review: A split single here between production duo Cain 1 & Wakutt, who head up the release with an ode to cough medicine in "Night Nurse", while Slynk provides more musical madness with "Bad Duppy Walk". The former is a bonafide jungle revivalist mash up with a lilting reggae swagger and a re-work of the syrupy sweet lyrics of Gregory Isaacs' legendary song of the same name. The latter also mixes a strong reggae influence with modern day D&B, plus some rave synths, cheery melodies, shuffling breaks and oodles of energy. Fun from start to finish!