File under 'stone party starter', if you file your music in such a manner. And if you don't, well you can start with this from Cuthead, aka Robert Arnold of Dresden's Uncanny Valley crew. Your only remaining choice is which of the nine — yes nine — tracks you want to use to send things very messy indeed. Side B concentrates on Cuthead's predilection for off-centre hip-hop, but the first three options are purest house. 'Maputo Jam', 'Nautic Walking' and 'Minerals' could convince a crowd you're the second coming.
You may not have heard of Nolige, you may not even be aware of his new alias SB81, but really, that is of no importance. What is of importance however, is that Goldie knows who he is. As Nolige the Wolverhampton wonder has released on a host of prestigious labels over the past decade, but is welcomed for his Headz debut. DITD is a big, brooding stepper, packed with metallic scrapes and cuts. Don't forget to check the bonus tracks!
Bouncy, squidgy dancefloor Jump Up, a la Heist is the order of the day as the first of the contributions on Co-Lab various artist compilation. SFX fit for a hyped console game are placed next to a heavy and solum church bell, along with other necessary jump up vox featuring 'the robotic male' and 'the orgasmic female groan'. This track has an element of Hazardness about it which of corse can only be a good thing.
Switching between euphoric gentle pads into a gritty juxtaposition of drumstep noisiness seems and impossible feat, but it's task the duo set within their horizon. This is track seemingly made by those who measure each note with a sense of scientific precision. The cinematic intros nods to tracks grand scale which could easily see it placed in the 'stadium' bracket. The aptly named 'Aracnophilia EP' sees them work with the legendary Spyda MC for its entirety.