subtrakt once again brings a release like no other, matching up two production outfits machinecode & broken note for a single that delivers exactly what you would expect from these masters of sound design.
well known on the dnb and dubstep scene for his fiendishly twisted artwork, uk creative genius monsta is also a beast of a producer. in this, his third release for subtrakt he teams up with >mr key< to bring us >space raiders<, a vocal dubstep demon of truly gargantuan proportions, so huge, in fact that it threatens to bring down mankind itself. or maybe its just a packet of crisps? dean rodell bravely attempts to contain the threat on his remix, but an army of space raiders march up out of their packet and flatten the whole city using a supernatural arsenal of sonic weapons that pull down skyscrapers with rasping bass and fry a million brains with shrieking sirens that can be heard in even the far corners of the galaxy. on the second remix dnb hero >raiden< stands up, and the guerilla war begins. taking his inspiration from the paranoid b-movies of the cold war era he morphs the original lead sounds into something so spooky and bizarre the space raiders have no choice but to pack their flying saucers and piss off back to zetareticuli. phew, that was close. supported by maryanne hobbs (bbc radio1)
after the success of subtrakt 001 outta here ep we have stepped it up with a 4tracker from the sounds of the north and south of island dubstep. monsta known to most for his epic cartoons and cover work for rufige crew and goldie takes a stand with his 1st outing on subtrakt with dinner
subtrakt is pleased to be showcasing current values 1st ever dubstep ep crude chronicles.current value is back on a dub mission, armed with an arsnal of bass fueled cuts ready to destroy all unsuspecting sound-systems.from the quite absorbing gonna be me through to the devastatingly hard hitting crude chronicles.this ep packs more of a punch than tyson on heat.
oh my days!subtrakt drops the motherload with an album packed with the deepest and finest cuts of sub-driven machine step, by the masters and bringers of 1/4 step current value & dean rodell - machine code!>environments< has more flavours than an orgy in a ben and jerrys factory, mixing up machine funk in a 1/4 step style with the likes of the already hailed classic machine freak and the floor pounding.
subtrakt once again delivers a release worth its weight in plastic - featuring current value - audio - machine code & underhill. low life - is pure bass culture, machine rapped and delivered for the pleasure of our mortal ears ...
oh my days!!! subtrakt drops the motherload with an album packed with the deepest and finest cuts of sub-driven machine step, by the masters and bringers of 1/4 step current value & dean rodell – machine code!environments has more flavours than an orgy in a ben and jerrys factory, mixing up machine funk in a 1/4 step style with the likes of the already hailed classic machine freak and the floor pounding circadian, blended with the deeper dub-based creepers like flat line . in the shell and confessions offer a new breed of dubstep a cross of intense techy rhythms and tight grinding bass are compiled with distant haunting pads and vocals that infiltrate and twist your neurons beyond comprehension. last, but far from least, are the two tracks from me on the album that sum up the diversities of machine codes environments – kjg is a broken groove number with a growling bass stabbing at air wherever the intense kick pattern allows. this track is laced with ghostly dubby fx that loosely holds the sanity together within its most disturbing sub-existence. the shadow is the complete opposite. slow, delicate beats produced to perfection give this monster of all bass room to drive through and collapse lungs in its wake. machine code & subtrakt, harbingers of the future sound of dub –environments.