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Airhead – October/Macondo Review (HEK024)

Hemlock is a personal favourite label of mine; having released scene classics like ‘Air & Lack Thereof’, ‘Glut’ and the more techno minded tracks of recent years from the likes of label head Untold himself. So seeing the latest release from Airhead announced, I was definitely interested and these tracks, which have seen wide ranging…

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Vaun – Sidelines EP Review (MSEP016)

After the success of Vaun and Animai’s massive mindstep release, ‘Taking Over’, Vaun is back once again with his Sidelines EP, representing his own breathtaking style of bass music. Vaun starts things off in only the best way. ‘Kismet’ is a minimal utopia of the most beautiful sounds caressing the ears and instantly taking the…

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Fable – Transitions LP Review

Nottingham based producer Fable is no stranger to the 140 scene. Since the earlier days of dubstep he has taken a stance on things whilst paying homage to the pioneers of the sound. Fable is a true ambassador of dubplate culture and recently, apart from a few golden EP releases here and there, he has…

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Liar – Scorpio EP Review (IM025)

Bucharest based producer Liar has produced one of our favourite EPs of the year so far with this latest release on Infinite Machine. The aesthetics of his production clearly mirror the output of Night Slugs but he has taken this sound and warped it into his own, with gargantuan kick drums and intelligent sampling. This…