Bryan Gee The Sound of Movement
- Words: Vivian Host
- Label: Movement
You can't divorce drum & bass from the dancefloor, and The Sound of Movement shows why you would never, ever want to. The mix-by V Recordings honcho Bryan Gee-is 100% pure fire, kicking off with a jumpy remix of the Roni Size classic "Trust Me," and swerving back and forth between soaring vocal melodic numbers and rough, bassline-driven tracks. As the title suggests, it's an excellent representation of the kind of tracks and rapid-fire mixing that packs 'em in at the long-running Movement Thursday night at London's Bar Rumba. Gee's mixing can be sloppy at times, but that hardly matters as Dillinja's "Warning" segues into J Magik & Sonic's "New Generation" and all hands go flying in the air. Lightaaaah!
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