Swooping down into the blackened abyss, a flash of colour, a flex of muscle, the strong line of a granite jaw cutting through the smog, you can just make out the Marvel-esque features of Chris Finke’s Bodyjack as he scoops this good but rather aimless EP out of the volcano of forgotten house 12”s and into the realm of something vaguely, but thankfully, danceable. Long live the Bombastic Mr Bodyjack.
If you're looking for some loud, blow your system, blow your ear-drums, blow your whole head off music, then this is the dance destroying remix EP you're looking for. Rowdy bordering on the side of absolutely effing mental. Well crafted dancefloor, which will kill any floor without the pneumatic drill. Although still utterly dark and disgustingly dirty, the vibe is a somewhat more grown-up style of jump-up. Great EP if you’re into that side of things.
Dons of all things rave-edged and breakbeat-fuelled at faster tempos, Top Drawer Digital, bring us a typically boisterous 145bpm killa featuring jackhammer bass, sirens and Prodigy-esque keys, plus a stirring "big shout to all the massive" vocal.
Classy little breakbeat garage remix from the Maidenhead-based duo, featuring deep chords, sick rolling organ bass and tasty little piano licks and riffs. A significant update on the Se7en Deadly Breaks sound that should see them starting to make waves again.