It’s one of those rare tracks that the more demented producers can only dream of – the image of tranquillity and anarchy in perfect harmony.
The pads scream dark and twisted, the chopped and screwed vocals form a haunting melody, and the drums pound on at a stupid level of intensity. The bassline heard and not just felt, because it’s more of a slap in the face than a subtle frequency filler – the rhythm jitters and drives, as any hectic drum n bass should, and the drums pound on at a stupid level of intensity. The fills turn your dancing sketchy, the ridiculous amount of reverb on the melody, the strings move in you, and the drums pound on. At a stupid level of intensity.
Label: Hospital Records Catalogue: NHS154 Format: 4×12″ Release Date: 15th June 2009