• Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Reviewed by Mixmag

    Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Warehouse techno promoter and producer Neil Landstrumm is a rave veteran. Now, fired up by grime and dubstep’s ‘chest bass’, he’s returned to the bleep’n’bass rave sounds that started it all. His soundsystem smashing production, together with a shot of 2007’s dubstep and grime wobble, mean that despite the vintage sound of the dusty breakbeats, rave signal bleeps and raga snippets, the tracks work with sheer headstrong dancefloor immediacy. With a whole
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  • Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Reviewed by The Skinny

    Neil Landstrumm - Restaurant Of Assassins

    Darwin probably wouldn’t have enjoyed ‘Restaurant of Assassins’ much, not least because his seminal ‘Origin Of The Species’ was written while holed-up in a library and considering the lack of basin sized earphones in the late 19th century, he probably wouldn’t have appreciated the kilo-ton sub bass and minimal bleeps. Whilst Charlie D might not have dug raving kick drums and Ragga Twins vocals, he would doubtlessly have felt some affinity with Neil
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