First preview of the soon-come long-awaited opus 'The Proposal': 'Unexplainable' is seething with sound, chaos unfolding over the mix via tons of scratching and random peals of crowd noise breaking all the way from the bleachers to the centre of the soundscape. Ransom typically commanding on the mic and one of Statik's hardest-hitting beats. Not a million miles away from a Premo rerub of something off the Telemachus album, and that should do you a treat.
Cardiff's Chesus is a man of many talents. When he's not doing hip-hop as half of The Darkhouse Family, he's turning out this sort of bumpy funk for Gerd's 4lux label. Solid, jazzy, ace.
This super producer really has been busy this month. This can only be described as pure, unapologetic jump up. Filthyly low, breathlessly fast and completely mental. Original Sin's signature is scribbled all over this.
Glistening, light pads floats elegantly above a quick to reveal beat, while a sumptuous sax and female vocal lend to devouringly sexy feel. The sub is thick and fat and bring huge amounts of energy and a rougher tone, while the sax loops back over the rampant beat gasps of breathlessness intensify this irresistibly seductive attitude. This pair of new names on the circuit show they mean business with this fiery release.