Review: Dutch trio Noisia revisit one of the title tracks from their recent album and enlist some A-list remixers across four sides of vinyl. The filtered disco punch of the original is countered by D&B legends Ed Rush & Optical with a relentless remix that tears through its origins. Dubstepper Bar 9 adds some schizophrenic funk stabs to his remix of "Split The Atom" and Noisia finish off with the demented machinegun rave of "Browntime" which has a hint of Oizo in its madness.
Review: Juicy jams galore: ZHA's White Peach return with their sixth "Bits" instalment where Peach pals old and new collide with their freshest, most vitamin-enriched cuts. First up label newcomers Neffa-T and Patrick Brian get rowdy with a space-aged grime stepper "Sabertooth". All staccato fire and rubber-ball bass it sets the tone for Gundam & Jook's grimey snare-smacking hybrid "Tactical Espionage" and some obese bass ripples from Modelle, who was last spotted on the label earlier this year with the awesome "Paladins" EP. Finally ZHA makes a rare appearance with the wonked out melter "Running VIP". Yum.