Saturday, 24 December 2011

Thursday, 22 December 2011

Christmas bubbly from Mista Men

Mista Men are handing this out via Deep thrills, for those of you who caught their mix for DJ Q's  1 Xtra show, you'll know they've been sat on a couple of big tracks and this is one of them. Cava is a bit of revival 2-step; warm stabs over a jerky break with a cut up vocal sample: standard 2-step ingredients. Plus the fellas just got shot by Shaun Bloodworth, considering his history, that's kinda a big deal. 

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Krystal Klear

To say I'm excited about new Krystal Klear material would be an understatement. I've absolutely rinsed Greensilver and his Fact mix and I'm getting tired of listening to unreleased radio rips on youtube. This one's dropping on Eglo on a 12" on the 19th of december, with the digital following on in january, and it's soullllllfuuuuuuulllll.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Lokiboi x Hackman

Lokiboi's been pretty busy recently, collaborating with just about everyone that I love and listen to. This particular collab with Hackman ended up on XLR8R this morning after floating around the internet in various people's mixes. A propulsive 4x4 track, dripping in samples and FX, twists and turns before mellowing half way through and floating out nicely. Cop it below, also worth checking out are the collabs with Ratcatcher and Klic.

Get low

Ok so i know I'm a little late on this one but I honestly can't believe how little attention this has received and how it slipped under the radar. This has been the secret weapon of a lucky few DJs for a couple of years. There's been dodgy copies of this been circulating the internet for about 2 years as well and, for those of you who've heard it, you'll know it's one of the best things Ms Dynamite's done. A full on bruk and bashy affair, Ms Dynamite rides Geeneus' crackish riddim with pure, unrelenting energy, bringing on a carnival atmosphere; a reminder of just how good funky was. 

Friday, 2 December 2011


I gotta big up my boy Mike for putting me on to this, in particular one producer called MORRI$. XLR8R just upped this offering he did with Sinjin Hawke and it's stoopid; the track opens up with a set of euphoric, twinkling melodies before you hit a riser and it drops and rides along on a wave of 808 bass tones. For those that want more you should probably check out Maal A Goomba's Diana Francis mixtape (above) which nicely exhibits what Goombawave's alllll about.

Monday, 28 November 2011


Ratcatcher's slowly been making a decent name for himself, he's just had a release out earlier this month via Cardiff's own Catapult records which owes much to the blurred region between house and garage. The release opens up with the late night, sparseness of Bubbledub propelled by some pounding 808 programming. The flipside, however, is where the gold lies. Nightlife is a brilliant shuffling cut that is practically impossible to sit still to, those who have heard me DJ recently will know that it's been a staple of my sets. To celebrate the release, Ratcatcher has made these three tracks available fo'free on his soundcloud. Owing slightly more to a current vein of house music emanating from the UK, but in-keeping with a Ratcatcher sound (plus this guys got Toms for days and days) cop'em all off the player below.

Saturday, 29 October 2011


There was a new Fade to Mind newsletter in my inbox yesterday, and with it came a free Kingdom tune. The Cut me out Instrumental Dub is easily one of my favourite things the stateside Night slugger and Fade to Mind head honcho has ever made. A slow rolling, halftime, 808 bassline booms under some horns and lush pads. It's a perfect wavering cut that hangs with zero sense of urgency almost like a US version of WD25. Also in the email was news that Kingdom has a new EP out on Night slugs on the 21st of november and the next day Fade to Mind release Mike Q's EP.If you aren't signed up to the Fade to Mind mailing list, I suggest you head over here and do so promptly.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Bicep pumping

The Feel my Bicep guys have been in a rich vein of free download form recently and their latest offering is no different. Love Comedown is a chopped, fist/bicep pumping take on Eveyln King's original disco classic which leaves all the good bits in and gives the percussion a wee boost. Get at it below and while you're there pick up their Brooklyn Shuffle remix of the anthemic Terrell (originally by Wolf Music's new guy Medlar) Also worth checking out is the recent Wolf Music sampler (Wolf 009) which includes another Bicep remix of Terrell and a new Medlar original.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

A love song

Infinite Potentials present a slice of off-kilter sweetness in the form of L♥vesng. The above video is actually for a Devendra Banhart track, but I swear it goes so much better with this track. L♥vesng is available to download among 9 other tracks on an Indigo Pyramids sampler; Indigo Shades 2 which you can get your hands on here

Friday, 23 September 2011


I'd just like to take this opportunity to thanks everyone that's read my poorly written prose over the last year; this blog turns one on sunday. Many more thanks go to all the labels who've put me on their promo lists and the artists who have done mixes (out to all those who did one and I never posted them - it's not you it's me) Big ups to everyone who's stuck me on their blog roll, it means a lot! Thanks to everyone who's got in touch through my email address, shitty indie bands excluded, I do listen to everything I get sent and most of it's been sick. So send me more! Get at me on my soundcloud/twitter or email (to the right)

So, this next year, what to expect? Well at some point there'll be a wee free 3 track EP from myself and Pasteman. I'd like to do a free various artists EP featuring people I've pushed this last year, we'll see how that works out. You can expect more Ustream's though. I'll be running regular sessions, featuring special guests, blah blah blah. I'm also still writing for inhabit online (check the review of the sully album - I dun that one), they've just had a swanky overhaul which you should go check. If you're a Leeds dweller, there's been talk of a night for some time, so expect something to happen in 2012. otherwise get in contact and swim by for a mix anyway.

Finally shouts go out to Elkat who built the mix artwork, James at Get down or die for the title graphic, John from Glastonbury for choosing my blog for the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Contest, Ash and Sally over at Inhabit, All the BRSS crew for pushing me to where I am now.

Big ups one and all

Thursday, 22 September 2011

I am Butterz

The new butterz zip came out on tuesday, and it's more of the same from the butterz camp; a few remixes, an acapella or two and a whole bunch of sick tracks. This is my favourite; Kid Simpl shifting moods, taking it down a few notches with his rolling, moody remix of I am by Trim. It takes a few listens to adjust to the change of pace, but afterwards you just want it on repeat. Cop it below and get on the rest of the zip here

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Adventures in Belin

Just watched the latest real scenes episode from RA on Berlin and it's brilliant. Again nicely shot and soundtracked, Berlin looks like such an adventure! Sit back, hit fullscreen and take 20.

Something from me

Rather delicately, I'm putting this edit I've done up for free download, I think I've played and tweaked with it enough now. You should also check out the original by Mono/Poly and the remix by Devonwho, both of which are sterling, with the Devonwho remix being one of my favourite trax from last year. If you like what you hear you can also follow me on soundcloud here

A schmorgasboard of sound

I've been meaning to do a write up about this label for a minute now. Very few labels excite me as much as Schmorgasbord does, with each release sounding fresh and different. Coming from Bristol and pushing a sound that lies somewhere in the fuzzy nether-regions of where 4/4 and broken beat meet. Each release sees "two distinctly different artists (from different rhythmic disciplines) being hand-picked by the label to fuse their sounds and see what the resulting music is", with the first release seeing Appleblim and October amalgamating their musical backgrounds to create a duo of killer collaborations. The record opens with the dancefloor bomb, NY FIZZZZZ which is a tip of the cap to New York house circa the early 90s, combining some really tuff jacking drums, swelling pads, airy chords and a punchy bassline. Fountains of Paradise on the flip, heads out into space, taking the form of a blissed out half steppa with a growling bassline, some dubby percussion and some heavy 80s synth work.

NY FIZZZZZ - Appleblim & October

More Recently, Schmorgasbord have returned with a 4 track release from Infrasonics main-man Spatial and German house/techno freak S-Max. The EP is made up of two original tracks from both of the respective producers who then flip and remix the others work. S-Max kicks things off with Ms. Rosen Dub a nicely swung techno joint with plenty of eerie atmospherics. Spatial lightens the mood and strengthens the track with some massive kicks in his version. Over on the other side Spatial brings his original, Corti to the fore. Corti is a 2-stepish track bristling with energy and drums, which never stops changing and pushing forward. S-max tidies up with his version restraining the percussive elements while keeping the broken template (almost moving into hardcore territory) and letting the synths and bassline shine through a little more.

Both releases are available in digital and vinyl formats (here), although a bit of searching maybe required if you want the first release on vinyl as it's all sold out on boomkat. Keep an eye out for the third release coming soon.

Sunday, 4 September 2011

August Top Ten

1.Glow - Lunice (Luckyme)
2. Hurt (Donga & Blake remix) - Elkat & Moleskin (Forthcoming Hit and Hope)
3. Bonafide - Sully (Forthcoming Keysound Recordings)
4. Cuba - Vessel (forthcoming A Future Without)
5. Rooted - Locked Groove
6. Reach out - LDM (unreleased)
7. Nightlight - Ratcatcher
8. I am - Trim (Butterz)
9. Call of the Wild - Naive machine (Hit and Hope)
10. What it do - Mak & Pasteman (forthcoming Hot & Heavy)

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Fruit of Kinky's loin

This EP has been a long time coming; I first heard Flowerz around a year ago, sat in Kinky Leighton's home studio going through beats he was working on, and it instantly stood out. A glitched out melody leads the track out, propelled by a really energetic drum break and a cheeky dutch lead. LOL Boys take the track on a 70s synth adventure with their brooding remix. On the flip side Fruit Fall is a late night burner; jacking drums, lush pads and an off kilter lead. Sevenfire up the energy levels, with a heavy synth work out adding a syncopated break and a beefed up bassline. Support for the EP has already come in from Noob, Nick Catchdubs, Homework, Blaze Tripp, Mikix The Cat, Teki Latex. Go cop the EP and if you ever get a chance to see Kinky Leighton play, don't pass it up, we still rate him in our top 5 DJs.

On my mind; Casino Times

The last Casino Times track I was given, grew slowly on me until it made the top of my chart for july, so it was a nice surprise to see a new EP preview pop up on my soundcloud. The Ep is full of light shimmering synth lines, euphoric build ups and fist pumping drops. It also comes backed up with remixes from Frank Rodas who pumps up the energy with an acid injection to the title track, and Christoph Andersson who goes the opposite direction, turning Laughing Gas into a slow burning vocal RnB track. To celebrate the new release, Casino Times have made a track not on the EP available to download; On my Mind, made up of soft vocal samples and euphoric stabs. Watch out for the EP dropping on the 26th of september through Anchor Factory.

Saturday, 27 August 2011

Jaaaaaam hot

I've been playing this for a minute now and just saw that Xlr8r are handing it out free; Jam City reinvent's "art-pop" band Beaty Heart's 2 good into something sparse and icy. Combining ballad keys, eski style clicks and pops with grime's icey bass stabs, creating something of a slow jam that would have everyone waving their arms on top of the pops.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Another narcissistic post

Yesterday I finished my first solo track that I was happy with, y'all can listen to it right hurr. On another note I finally got round to getting a twitter account, Holla at your boy 


I've had my eyes and ears on Presk for a little while now and after a couple months hounding, last week he handed me this, little did I know that the next day it was given away free by Fact. Nevermind, eh? Muggy couples nicely swung drums, some dubby techno chords, warm pads and a rolling bassline. Kind of like garage byway of Berlin. Presk's also just had a 2 track 12" out on 4th wave which you can pick up here. Cop the track below and watch out for Presk's release on Ten Thousand Yen, which you can preview here.

Thursday, 11 August 2011

On point in Detroit

Having watched umpteen billion documentaries on Bristol's music scene, RA's Real Scenes documentary on Bristol didn't really interest me that much, shot nicely but nothing new. Their latest offering, however, gives a really nice insight into the scene in Detroit, or the lack of. I think it's very interesting that for a city with such a rich musical heritage, there isn't really a central focus point (night/record store) Well shot and insightful; stick tut kettle on, settle down and watch this (It looks real nice in full screen. Jus sayin)

Monday, 8 August 2011

Guilt tripping

Got these through my soundcloud inbox from a shady source, word on the street is that these are made by an established producer under an alter ego. The two disco tinged offerings below are patient builders steeped in catchy melodies and pretty giant basslines. The can't stop edit strips back the original to a few samples lovingly worked alongside some shimmering synth work and a pretty bulbous bassline. The Even after all edit is a slow burning summery affair looping a portion of the original guitar riff and small vocal cuts. Keep checking back on Guilt trip's soundcloud for more edits throughout the summer.

Saturday, 6 August 2011

July top 10

It's been a while since I've done one of these but a spate of recent gigs has forced me to show a bit of love for some tracks I've been bumping recently

1. That's the truth - Casino Times (big ups to Ali for the heads up) [Sccucci Manucci]
2. Intro Track - KRL [Wolf Music]
3. 112 - El Kid [Immerse records]
4. Vancouver (Hackman edit) - Martyn
5. Knuck if you Buck (Clicks and Whistles Bootyleg) - Crime Mob
6. Charisma Theme - Bok Bok [Night Slugs]
7. These R the sounds - Ultrasound [forthcoming Well rounded housing project]
8. Feel - Nightwave [Svetlana Industries]
9. The Force (PBR Streetgang remix) - Christophe [Futureboogie recordings]
10. Can't stop (Guilt Trip edit) - Lindstrøm & Christabelle

Friday, 5 August 2011


Good friend's of ours in the Wickedbass camp seem to be going from strength to strength with each new EP, so it's no surprise that their 4th release is a killer. Up steps Intreau with his anthem Alpha (recently included in Slackk's fact mix), backed with remixes from Sentel, Bowly and Skinnybones. Alpha is a bruk slice of ice cold funky complete with ominous stabs and distorted and chopped vocal samples, forced forward with a driving bassline. Of the remixes, the pick of the bunch (our favourite anyway) is Bowly's sinister electromagnetic remix, which is ridiculously intense. To celebrate the release this bonus remix has been handed out, Space Ladies' track is recognisable as a remix only by a few choice samples from the original moulded into place over a half time 808 rhythm. The release drops on the 12th of september so keep your eyes peeled for that

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Naive Machine

On the 15th of this month Hit and Hope are unleashing Naive Machine's 2nd EP, Robot Ramification. The EP has already received support from Simbad, Bobby Friction (BBC), Oneman, Seb Chew, James Fox and Randomer as well as Kutmah who included Afrika on the 2nd volume of the New Error CD. The record is a real blend of hip hop and 8 bit wizardry; from the aggressive glitch assault in Tiltin ova, to the lush shimmering pads on Call of the wild (blah blah blah Hudmo comparison) to Afrika that nicely straddles the inbetween ground. Om unit re-interprets Afrika, in his remix, as a 6 minute, chugging house epic sampling fragments of synth lines and patiently layering them all together before deconstructing again. The title track is the soundtrack to a montage of epic final level boss battles; slowly buidling in intensity as the battle gets harder and harder. The 6 track 12" is out on the 15th of august with the digital following on the 4th of september, which includes remixes by Virtual Boy, KRSUR, Pixelord, Pete Cannon and Jon Phonics. As a little taster I'm throwing in Naive Machine's Ghostbuster inspired track Busting the Ghosts, taken from his excellent beat tape basket bass (available here)

A narcissistic post

I've well and truly been bitten by the production bug. Whereas 6 months ago I could very happily spend an hour blogging, that time is now consumed by Logic. Thought I'd give you a guys a heads up as to where I am. Later on this year, me and the man like Elkat have got a 12" coming out on Hit and Hope records. It'll be backed up with remixes from Optimum and Donga & Blake, both of which are fucking silly. A little later on there will be a digital release with an exclusive remix from Naive Machine. You can hear the original of Hurt on my soundcloud of which the B side is on Elkat's soundcloud. Hurt recently made an appearance in Fact Mag in JTRP's Fact mix, you can check that here. Another one of my co-productions, this one made with Pasteman, made it into DJ mag, more specifically, Deep house don KRL's DJ mag podcast, that you can check here. That one will be coming out later on in 2011 on a compilation EP. More regular posts to come.

Sunday, 5 June 2011


Over the summer I'm gonna be hella bored so expect a new lease of life on hurrr. In the meanwhile, if you're coming to glasto, come say hello. I'll be playing with the rest of the mighty Bridgwater Reggae Soundsystem crew along with a few special guests (Darkhouse Family say whaaaaaaaat) on the Babylon Uprising stage. We'll be on all weekend so come check us out (hot girls may ask for Felix). Otherwise you might see me at the front of the Eglo Records presents show (hell yeah) or daggering a silly amount of girls at The Heatwave.

Thought I'd leave you with a few choice anthems I've been bumping recently. First up is another freebie (just sign up to the Trouble and Bass mailing list) from Kingdom, Uptown Buck comes with classic trancey kingdom synths which pan over big 808 bumps and a cut up vocal sample. The second track, 24hrs, came after a tip off from Dub Boy; a ruff funky cut from DJ Mak 10, 24hrs is one to wind down low to.

Saturday, 14 May 2011

Bump dis ish

Reh reh reh loose ends reh reh reh uni course. Here's some free ish and it's only the most ballin, gilly grindin, champagne poppin', all out panty droppin tunes. Shit son these'll get you laid quicker than a fridge full of kool aid. I'm a little late on some of'em but allow it, they're all dope. Out to Dark0, RL Grime and everyone else deh.

Monday, 9 May 2011

Moleskin x Lo Note

This wednesday from 7pm, I'm linking Lo Note UK for a Ustream session. Direct link here. Or just watch it here

Monday, 25 April 2011

Sunnyside up video

∆dmin coming with some serious mojitos in the shade bizniz. I use the word jam a lot, but this
 really deserves the title.

Sunday, 24 April 2011


Straight sunday vibes from the man like Murlo on his refix of The Weekend's Aaliyah sampling jam what you need. Building straight on to the original Murlo deviates from his usual bashy funky productions adding some nice syncopation, forming a loose garage beat and a sensuous slow jam. 

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Sunday jam

Wasn't 100% on the latest Julio Bashmore release until I heard it again today. It's the B-side Craboon that really does it for me. You can pick this up off juno as off today

Saturday, 9 April 2011

I love Pulse X

I wasn't in the country around the time grime rose to prominence. Even when my friend even tried to show me Dizzee Rascal (jus' a rascal - meh) when I lived in Germany I thought it was pretty rubbish . My introduction to grime came later when another friend gave me I love U (which is still on my MP3 player 3 years on). Last year I had another big awakening to grime with Spooky's Spartan, since then I've found myself listening to more and more of the stuff. I've just done an hours hunt on discogs, in which I came across this; Musical Mob's anthemic Pulse mashed up with Dizzee Rascal's equally anthemic I luv U. The result is fucked man. Check out the low quality rip below (for those who can't afford to spill the 20 quid it costs to buy the white label) 

Bass Clef Casette

Bass Clef is someone I haven't heard much from recently; he did a bit of remix work last year, but no new solo bits. A second ago the Well Rounded facebook page posted a link to a cassette only label called Magic + Dreams, upon further inspection I found out the label is co-run by Bass Clef AND they are releasing a Bass Clef album on monday. The tape costs a fiver, and, for those of you (like me) who haven't got a tape player, the package comes with download links. To spread the word Magic + Dreams have given out this cut from the album for free and it's a stomper. "I think you are ready now for the eternal point of no return" is a bit of chunky 90's throwback music; heavy rave chords are plucked over some super slow breaks. Watch out for the 12 track album dropping on monday available here

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Super limited Vinyl

I almost didn't post this track, the reason being was that initially this was released as a run of 300 white label 10". When something is a limited vinyl press, you feel safe investing knowing that at least you can play said record absolutely loads because very few people will be in the same position. If I had bought this particular 10", I'd feel very cheated right now. Regardless here is George Fitzgerald's refix of Groove Theory's Tell me, those of you came to Modulate earlier this year will know how sweet this sounds on a big system

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Inhabit online

The lovely folk over at Inhabit Online have asked me to write for them, I started today with an article on Brey, you can check it here.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

New Kode9

This one from Kode9 got a release yesterday; a little taster from his forthcoming album later this year. Personal shout out to all the record companies still shifting records for under 6 pound.

Monday, 4 April 2011

Monday morning blues

It's nice to see producers exploring slower BPMs ina head nodding house template. This one's from Cairo and it's full of gliding synths, soulful keys and doleful vocals. These are complimented nicely with some light cuban sounding percussion and an understated bassline. If this doesn't cure your monday blues not sure what will.

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Bok Jam

Jam City is one of my favourite producers at the moment, thanks to a few sterling originals (if you haven't heard in the park go do it now) and remixes. Bok Bok really doesn't need an intro.  Essentially the two have joined forces (as Bok Jam, no less) and created something really unique sounding. It's a half time bump + grinder and it's got that droney Jam City sound, a few nods to RnB and a fuck load of bass and comes off like a night slugs track from the 80s. To be honest, reading the interview Jam City did with Fact in late 2009, a track with heavy 80s influences comes as no surprise. Cop the track below and watch out for more Bok Jams (see what I did there?)

Take a second

It took me about a week to really adjust to Lapalux's music; it's music with a high emotional intensity, with rougher textures than what I usually listen to. It's music that moves and tumbles in flurries into space and pauses broken with pops, clicks and claps, which then explode with a crescendos of warm, fuzzy synths, sub bass and perfectly pitched RnB choruses. Get Time Spike Jamz below and watch out for his 6 track EP dropping on the 18th of this month on Picture Music in digital format and, for everyone still repping a car old enough to have a cassette player, limited edition cassette.

Tuesday, 29 March 2011


Boddika is in a rich vein of production form, churning out tracks like nobody's business. Hotflush have just handed this one out to celebrate the release of a compilation out next week on both double CD and triple 12". The track is aptly named warehouse and is best played in one. Get on some dark late night techno vibes


The flyer says it all, see you on wednesday at wire

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Fleet Foxes

One of the bands I still listen to, Fleet Foxes have a new album out in may. A quick internet search yielded this, which i think is rather charming


Still feeling the effects of last night I found this one on my itunes and it's gone part of the way to soothing my jangled brain. Lone's Emerald fantasy tracks still has me mesmerised with it's use of colour and sense of playfulness, so free tracks are always nice, especially when the original source material that is sampled is a classic. Lone samples a single note from the main lick of 90s classic Kinetic by Golden Girls before adding drum machines and layering in more ghostly melodies. Cop it below, mix with hangover and wait for effects to kick in. Watch out for Lone's new EP out on R&S on the 28th of march

Friday, 25 March 2011

Kookaburra EP

The french Get Flavours label continue their brilliant vein of releases with an EP from American producer Urulu. The EP pulls in influences and samples from all over the world and arranges them in a house template. The lead track, after which the EP is named, comes on like some weird voodoo bass; as if someone is playing house music live with a drum circle. Washing up, the most introvert of all the tracks on the EP, is a bit of understated, bubbling, progressive house, which manages to maintain all those tribal hits. Prince Club get a go at remixing it; flipping the light hearted bumbling house track into a tuffer jam, playing on the trancey stabs and vocal samples. The other remixes on the EP come from Neitee and Yeutta, who focus on the trumpets, playing down the witch docter vibe. Damu then steps up and morphs the original completely; pushing the chants and screeches to the back ground, circuit bent hooks and a chorus of arpeggiated electronic keys are brought in and thickened up with a big, resonant 808 bassline. Cop the Damu remix below and watch out for the entire package dropping on the 1st of april in all good digital outlets.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Deserved attention

This is a small collection of jams that I feel deserve a whole lot more attention than they are currently getting. Most of them are from people I've featured on here before (put that down to my brilliant taste in music haha, I kid. But seriously) Expect to see much more of them in the coming year.

Klic is a ridiculously talented producer, a quick look through his soundcloud and discography will show a brilliant depth, no matter what style of music he's making. Even his freebies are excellent (see here and here) This is a track coming out on wickedbass later this year; I wish everyone else used 808 kits this well.

Vessel is one of many talents coming out of Bristol's heaving electronic music scene, which may occasionally quiten down or morph, but will never die. Vessel's music is always interesting, utilising samples not many other people would think of (water moving through roots!?!?!?) He also co-runs the radio show Young Echo along with El Kid, Zhou and Kahn where they play an eclectic mix of music from Billie Holiday to Burial. This is my favourite track; perfectly blending his eclectic sampling taste with danceable rhythms, haunting melodies and bass.

Midik was the producer who provided us with our last mix, his taste in music is excellent. He has a great knack for picking out a great sample or synth sound, in fact all the synth work on his tracks are on point. His tracks are always perfectly in balance with just the right proportions to keep you going throughout the duration. A Smooth, simple synth line, with a brilliant groove focused bassline is the basis for the track I've chosen to showcase

Huerco S. is another producer who provided us with a mix. His productions range vastly in tempos fusing elements of jungle, acid, juke, garage and techno filling them with droning, cavern filling synths and doleful female vocals. The track I've chosen to host has slowly been creeping up my most played list on itunes, a single vocal sample looped and looped with a slow bumbling bassline and foot tapping percussion come together to give the slo-mo jackin head nodder that is no jack