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Baron Meet the Creeper

Two snarky, futurist jump-up tracks from Oxford upstart Baron. "Meet the Creeper" pounds like a meat cleaver, with sassy hi-hats and cartoon noises that keep the insistent beat from becoming dull.… Read more »

Various Artists Global Assault EP

G2 features an international quartet onto two slabs.… Read more »

Cyborg 1 Shockwave

Only need a guess or two as to Cyborg's identity, but this slab isn't anything to die for. Although it features nicely organic beats, the A-side's a touch redundant.… Read more »

Red Army Salty Dub/Hush

The Santa Cruz-based Red Army trio continues their roll with another pair of killers aimed straight at the dancefloor.… Read more »

Various Artists Kushti Kutz Vol. 1

A beautiful and catchy fusion of UK garage's Todd-influenced bump 'n' flex with some newer and ruffer bass-pumping thrown in.… Read more »

Top Buzz Living in Darkness Rmxs

Modern-day drum 'n' bassists attack Top Buzz's 1992 rave classic "Living in Darkness." Urban Takeover's Mulder turns in his usual jumpy bits, but the tear-out award goes to Rascal & Klone, whose much-anticipated version preserves the alluring trumpet… Read more »

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