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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Destaques: Dubstep

MALA - Left Leg Out (DMZ) Comentários: Another crater maker from the DMZ cache, mala unleashes the up rolling classic 'left leg out'. Mercilessly driven by an insistent morse code arrangement and interlocking 4/4 polyrhythms this is an absolute winner from the man-like-Mala. Drawing influences from the rich soup of broken beat, garage and even funky house this one can slot in to any set with ease and drive a dance wild, the proof is in the rewinds! the b- side comes string with blue notez, a brooding slice of steppers pleasure with nuff dread bass, lonely sax licks and mutating snares for the twisup factor. You know you're going to love this one. in boomkat [Para Ouvir1] [Para Ouvir2]
INNASEKT - Structure (Sprengstoff Germany) Comentários: Berlin's Sprengstoff crew make their first foray into dubstep with this great twelve from Innasekt, previously seen on Redvolume's rather useful "Archetype" EP. "Structure" on the A- side is a surefire dubwise killer, the snares a tight as you'd expect and the drops about as heavy as they get - punctuated by layers of wobbly bass that work a treat. "Core" on the flip is a more dense beast - metallic effects seep into the mix to make for a dubstep killer that ties itself effortlessly to the sound of Berlin - a combination that never fails to work its charms on us. Heavy twelve! in boomkat [Para Ouvir1] [Para Ouvir2]
SPARROW, Jack - Spam Purse (Senseless) Comentários: By far by far by far the sickest thing on the excellent Senseless label to date, Jack Sparrow here delivers two tracks of pure unadulterated BASS goodness for darker heads among you to enjoy. "Spam Purse" oozes atmosphere and a quasi-Sino template that typifies so many tracks at the moodier end of the dubstep spectrum, odd chord structures and a heaving mass of weighty low- end making this a 2-am warehouse standard - brilliant stuff. "Blackout" on the flip is even better, another relentlessly heavy low- end session that's punctuated with a bassline that anchors itself to the track with such steely determination that everything else about it starts to fade into the background. Killer stuff - play super LOUD! in boomkat [Para Ouvir1] [Para Ouvir2]


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