• Distance - My Demons

    Reviewed by Boomkat

    <b> Distance </b> - My Demons

    Crunching around the dubstep fraternity like a kid amongst some Lego, Distance is a truly towering figure within the bass-ruptured scene - bringing a distinctive sound and hardcore outlook to bear on his subterranean emissions. Coming from a metal background, Distance certainly knows how to deliver upfront and caustic compositions - blasting the sonic cobwebs clean from the rafters through his Tectonic appearances and making a mere twelve inches of
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  • Distance - My Demons

    Reviewed by Mixmag

    <b> Distance </b> - My Demons

    Unlike other dubstep players like Skream and Burial whose backgroundwas in two-step/garage, Kent lad Distance was initially inspired to fire up the music software by the electronic touches of experimental metal bands like Tool and System Of A Down. You can really hear the rock influence here in the rigid, woody drums of 'Ska'and 'Weigh Down'. But what really dominates is a really edgy, strung-out brand of atmospherics: a bleak, sci-fi vibe with
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  • Distance - My Demons

    Reviewed by Subba-Culcha

    <b> Distance </b> - My Demons

    When the single Traffic, from dubsteppers Distance, hit the UK, it was a call to arms for all fans of the genre. A demonic, growling bass line grinded the echoing rave synths and punchy, dubstep break. All eyes were then on how Planet Mu’s Bromley dub connection would follow this up in album form. My Demons, Distance’s debut release, follows in the footsteps of the mammoth 2006 dubstep album, Hyperdub by Burial and whilst it exudes similar quality
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  • Distance - My Demons

    Reviewed by One Week To Live

    <b> Distance </b> - My Demons

    Distance is from Bromley and he makes the kind of haunting and, at times, spookily beautiful electronic music that makes you wet your pants. Or is that just the bass? It's that confounded dubstep music again. You better recognize!