• Dubstep Inferno

    Mary Anne Hobbs - Evangeline

    Reviewed by Adam Corner Source: (Kruger Magazine)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Evangeline

    You know how it is - you get in from work, pick up your post, stick the cooker on to fry some bacon, forget that you've turned the hob on, put your pile of post down for a second, and WHOOSH! You've only gone and set fire to the post, endangering your life and your fitted kitchen in the process.

    'Not leaving your Mary Anne Hobbs on' jokes aside, you could forgive the warrior queen if the last thing she wanted to do, having almost frazzled her
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  • Evangiline

    Mary Anne Hobbs - Evangeline

    Reviewed by Phil Hebblethwaite Source: (Huck)

    <b> Mary Anne Hobbs </b> - Evangeline

    Mary’s been on the radio for a thousand years, but she clearly still has a real love for finding out about new music and telling others.

    Here she is in her role as Auntie Dubstep, compiling a killer collection of menacing beats, bass and bleeps that slip into grime and techno too.

    An excellent overview of what’s going on in that dark and beautiful world.