• STARKEY OK Luv

    Starkey - OK Luv

    <b> Starkey </b> - OK Luv

    Starkey, the man with the magic hands…. does it again. Working on the last details of his upcoming 2nd LP he releases OK Luv soon. Again he tries to redefine the edges of his streetbass sound. Influenced by all styles, defined and out in the open, he creates some new amazing tracks. The a-side Luv ft. Badness is this uptempo hip hop-ish track, a sound we know but the diction, flow of Badness is sweet and brutal at the same time. Multidial is hyper on the synths
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  • Raffertie 'String Theory / 7th Dimension'

    Raffertie - 7th Dimension

    Reviewed by J. Source:

    Raffertie - 7th Dimension

    I must admit that I cued this release up in iTunes with a certain sense of trepidation; I’m not really a massive fan of raved up wobbles – being far too old and jaded for that sort of thing – and Raffertie has taken that sound probably about as far as it can go on the previous bits of his I’ve heard. So, I was pleasantly surprised when the two tracks here turned out to be much deeper and more spacious than I had expected. ‘String Theory’ rolls out with an
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  • Ceephax Acid Crew

    Ceephax Acid Crew - United Acid Emirates

    <b> Ceephax Acid Crew </b> - United Acid Emirates

    Ceephax is back, kicking off 2010 in a mighty electronic style with his most complete album to date. As an artist already capable of some magnificent material this is the first time he has managed to pull everything together to make an album that really clicks as a body of work. In flicking through his back catalogue it would be difficult to place which track came from which album, but the tunes on United Acid Emirates has a signature all of its own.

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  • Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated EP

    Slugabed - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    Reviewed by Colin McKean Source: (Fact Magazine)

    <b> Slugabed </b> - Ultra Heat Treated E.P.

    From Sonny Boy Williamson’s ‘Sloppy Drunk Blues’ to Primal Scream’s ‘Higher Than the Sun’; Bob Dylan’s ‘Rainy Day Woman’ to Zomby’s ‘Spliff Dub’, there is a rich tradition in popular song of tracks that not only chronicle overindulgence but actually inspire sensations associated with intoxification in the listener. Taking Drugs to Make Music to Take Drugs to is not just the title of Spacemen 3’s greatest hits compilation: it’s also a
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