• Bizzy B - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Reviewed by drip*drop*drap

    <b> Bizzy B </b> - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    i suppose that part of the reason that drum 'n' bass abandoned the
    sampled breakbeat was that the junglists themselves were too programmed to
    constant progression. like the model for a drum 'n' bass dj set (each track
    stepping up a gear from the last, each drop surpassing the previous
    in dancefloor potency) or the competitive energy of a 'scene' (each track
    produced trying to be the one that all the others copy; cliche= 'going to
    the next
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  • Bizzy B - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Reviewed by boomkat (www.boomkat.com)

    <b> Bizzy B </b> - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Another legend unearthed, Planet Mu follow up the blistering Remarc set with this ace doublepack from Bizzy B (Brain/Joker/Sub Base/Whitehouse) - a pioneer of junglist raves and hardcore pirate radio (Centerforce, Fantasy, Kool fm, Conflict). He's been releasing records since '91 and set up one of the most influential Hardcore/Jungle labels "Brain" which also released the debut material of Peshay , Zinc, and Marc Caro (Technical Itch) among others. The Science ep
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  • Bizzy B - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Reviewed by Dan Collins (cyclicdefrost.com)

    <b> Bizzy B </b> - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Being quite the fan of the early jungle sound it often pains me to dig out a few dusty records only to find that for one reason or another, they haven’t quite survived the test of time. A recent spate of roughneck jungle releases, coupled with modern production and a fresh pressing puts paid to this particular problem. Another legend unearthed, Planet Mu follow up the blistering Remarc set with this ace 10” double pack from Bizzy B (Brain/Joker/Sub
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  • Bizzy B - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    Reviewed by 'L' from knowledge mag (www.knowledgemag.co.uk)

    <b> Bizzy B </b> - Science EP Volumes III + IV

    No jungle collection is complete without a Bizzy B record or two, and over a decade on from the release of the first two 'Science' EPs on White House he provides us with volume three. Included is a rigourous rework of the classic '16 Track Ting' as well as the Andy C-spun 'Darkside', and rather than being uncompromisingly experimental this EP just goes to show how floor-friendly such roughneck break-chopping can be.