Here's a noisenik EP full of party-shocking rave goodness that DJs who miss the old fidget house sound will no doubt adore. Personally, I'd rather chew on my own kidneys than ever have to go through that horrendous period in dance music ever again, but Finland-based Infekto and Rico Tubbs (two producer names, same guy) has the skills to make the whole vibe pretty close to palatable. 'Smasher' is all wobble stomp mayhem on the drops and wicked old skool rave attitude on the breakdowns, with some cool ragga vocal snatches to keep the energy levels high. 'Rule Dancehall' enlists the legendary Ragga Twins for a speed garage-influenced banger, while 'Rinse Music' has a gorgeous keyboard breakdown that will have 'em reaching for the lasers. Irritatingly brilliant.
Crikey! High-octane, maximal, disco-pop fireworks from this production three-way. This sugar-coated anthem won’t let up for one moment.
Lovely EP of explorations in sound and ambience, starting with viscous melodic soup and building to a crescendo of introverted house music. More please.
The usual mixture of naff one line emo vocal about falling in love/apart/over, slapped over a jangling, mildly ravey synth and a dash of grotty bass noises, and a few percussive bangs and whistles. But this time we have the pleasure of having the same track at three tempos — 128, 140, 174 — too kind...