the first in a series of remix epís by various artists - this ep includes remixes from the likes of phace, xtrah, ulterior motive and stealth rework some of the best known releases on cyberfunk to date by mefjus, xtrah, signal, phentix and simple technique.
keeping the momentum going following the recent release of phentix s pitch black ep, cyberfunk turn to a true european heavyweight of the techstep world. current value has worked solidly underground with nearly 20 years of production experience under his belt and an album catalogue that stretches into double figures. having recently made waves with his ep and album on critical, he brings his corrosive sound to the cyberfunk stable. covering 4 tracks and a digital exclusive, current value links with label boss xtrah for opening cut falsify. a monolithic, gargantuan beast, falsify shape shifts effortlessly via it s pummeling breaks and buzzcut top line. espace sees current value draw your ears one way with its infectious bounce without you knowing it s an ever growing assault on your aural synapses. title track airshift keeps it rolling with tight drum programming and a thundering, gut punching bassline to hold it all in place while matchfit closes the show with an unrelenting neuro slant, embodying all that is great about tech drum & bass in 2016. getting a producer with the calibre of current value on board as part of the cyberfunk family shows the ambition xtrah and his increasingly impressive label have and will continue to keep you guessing with what s coming next. cyberfunk are definitely closing out the year with a bang.
reverberating out of the darkness but still lurking behind the shadows, the pitch black ep is the debut solo release from talented austrian producer phentix. heís no stranger to the cyberfunk family, having made quite the impression with his previous outing on the label, hoax, he returns with an arsenal of fresh to unleash via xtrahís ever growing imprint Ė now onto its third release.
its not often that a remix can better an already popular original but then its not all the time that eskmo and his partner in crime antiserum decide to a dubstep remix. keeping the flair of the original and going downright sub low, they turn out a huge remix that is gonna props all across the board. not to be missed.
the cyberfunk juggernaught continues with dj quest taking the reigns once again in the shape of the huge hardcore esque back to the old skool and the hugely original robot dance. early 90s hardcore influences with modern 2007 production