Review: The cavendish crusaders are at it again. And this time they're rolling out the barrels with full V/A power. Chad Dubz opens with the provocatively titled "Pricks", all sludgy, swampy and twisted while Karnage & Dayzero up the energy with a dramatic symphonic loopy nod to the far east on "No One" while Guesswerk close the show with the long awaited "Persian Dub". On dub for a good couple of years, this gravel throated swinger has been doing the business for a select amount of DJs for some time. Now it's finally yours. From Bristol with fruit. Tuck in and be quick about it.
Review: San Diego's vinyl-only bass purveyors Banana Stand Sound return with one of their most all-encompassing EPs to date. Full spectrum services on offer: OH91 sets the tone with a smouldering sub sesh on "Meditation", Nights & Aerotonin fire up the grime hole with the aggy, cutty "Jazz Licks" and TryTryDieDown lets loose on a sharply edited juke-style jam "Boo". Denver's Crix Saiz finishes with a deep throaty one-fingered salute. Genuinely unique.
Review: Torturing us for two years, London's Six Sunsets finally unleash the highly-anticipated VIP of "Fever Skank". Still bubbling and popping like some type of weirdo underwater swamp monster, the VIP brings more power to that switch mid-way. Flip for an outrageous take on ADP's "Horsemouth" by Montreal's Fill Spectre. Charging up the drums a trippy robotic funk and conjuring tense edge throughout, this is guaranteed to frazzle a few minds. Only 200 of these have been pressed so don't sleep.