the coming together of 3 musical talents hacker, boyko and masta. electro'ey fx with rough guitar licks and powerful male vocal make up this funky jacker. the trio inject some high-octane, tripped-out, knobtwiddlin warp factor on the slammin electro orgazm mix, aimed firmly at the more twisted floors
introducing metropoliz (loetto and pavel lesnevsky). the russian electro-outfit that are taking the scene by storm. the chunky version of >gun< is high-octane, tripped-out, knob-twiddlin warp factor, slammin electro at it s best, all wrapped around loetto s gritty vocal. not for the faint hearted! support from eric prydz, tiga, timo maas, silicone soul, sweetlight
rich production, heavy beats, huge b-line and gritty male vocal combine to make this record a guaranteed floor-rocker. cuba s favourite scouse cousins rhythm code make a welcome return to the fold, twisting the original into a slamming jacker with a groove to-diefor. dub versions supplied on the wax too for the vocal adverse. support from laurent garnier, sasha, steve lawler, darren emerson
'a track that is simply going to blow you away. m8/m8' - m8 magazine coming straight outta a studio on the edge of moscow, vorontsov's 'say breathe!' is an electro-fied tech stomper in every sense? will mills twist the original into bouncy electro-house territories?
an essential selection of heavyweight remixes land on this quality second disc. rhythm codes long distance mix heads up the a - an altogether bigger, fatter, badder, rollin tech stab driven floor monster. dave robertson kicks off the aa with his stripped back, bumpin acid-electro automation remix. then newcomer to the cuba camp, paul bug takes the reigns and serves up some proper whigged-out, jackin warehouse sounds.