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The OldBoy For me dread drone is the pick of the crop - tight frenetic amens, filtered to teh max with that great vocal from Just Jungle's 95 tune 'Very Last Drop' - All hinged together by a bastard bass line that kind of drags behind like an unruly wrath child - and that 2nd drop is a beauty. Stranjah is on top form but nothing you haven't heard before and Funkspasm goes for an eastern vibe which stands out from most productions at the moment. All in all a great EP Favorite track: Dread Drone (Amen VIP).
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FPZ Every track is a hurter. My fave is 'No Remorse'.... grimey amen with a b-boy flava. Gangsta breakbeat pressssssssure. Favorite track: No Remorse.
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The newly formed imprint Rhythmic Dysfunktions premiere release comes in the form of an EP ensemble that features some relatively new as well as established names in the jungle, drum & bass platform.

The first contribution "No Remorse" by Stranjah is a jump-up amen smasher that has been pounding on many of his sets worldwide. It's triplet-amen pattern, and filtered drop bass, with its recognisable hip-hop sample is sure to turn heads at a rave near you.

Although new to the game, Funkspasm has been hard working on his craft for more than a decade. His track "No Getting Through" is a deep mystic, but bass-heavy roller that may play well alongside similar tunes by Amit and Fanu.

Bayou and Future Roots come with an Amen VIP of their track Dread Drone. Appropriately named, its droning sub-bass is a perfect complement to its splattering amen breaks. Play this through to the second drop, as the bassline gets really funky from there.

Finally, Ahmad comes cross with a deep, dark amen tear-out-sound that has been popular amongst the 117, Sci-Wax and Danger Chamber fans who may also know him as Acid Lab.


released April 5, 2016



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Exploring various depths in bass-oriented music.

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