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Back To Basics Chapter One
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 in stock $9.66
Cat: NHS 252CD. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Dusty Fingers (feat Diane Charlemagne)
  2. Stand Alone (feat DRS)
  3. Dark Shadows (feat Rene Lavice & Total Science)
  4. Step & Flow
  5. Back To Basics (feat Diane Charlemagne)
  6. Cold Harsh Air (feat Total Science & Grimm)
  7. Rise Again (feat Suku Of Ward 21)
  8. Redcliffe
  9. Brooklyn (dub)
  10. Riding The Void
  11. Skyzophonic
  12. Jelly Belly
Review: Carlos "S.P.Y" Lima made his name by putting a decidedly positive spin on drum & bass, filling his 2012 debut album What The Future Holds with string-laden, post-liquid tracks that fused floor-filling rhythms with a breezy, carnival-friendly musicality. On this belated follow-up, the Brazilian producer flips the script, delivering a murkier - if no less beautifully produced - set filled with darker, moodier moments. Given his way with mood and rhythm, it's unsurprising to find that Back To Basics Volume 1 hits home hard. Whether laying down and tech-tinged late night roller ("Brooklyn (Dub)", "Jelly Belly"), a discordant freak-out ("Riding The Void") or an "Inner City Life" style vocal groover ("Dusty Fingers", featuring Diane Charlemagne), Lima is at the top of his game.
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Back To Basics Chapter One
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 in stock $20.96
Cat: NHS 252LP. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Drum And Bass
  1. Step & Flow
  2. Back To Basics (feat Diane Charlemagne)
  3. Skyzophonic
  4. Dark Shadows (feat Rene Lavice & Total Science)
  5. Rise Again (feat Suku Of Ward 21)
  6. Redcliffe
  7. Stand Alone (feat DRS)
  8. Riding The Void
Review: S.P.Y's last album, the Drum&BassArena Award winning What The Future Holds, was outstanding and surged him to the very top of the D&B table where he's always belonged. Topping that was always going to be a challenge, but naturally he's delivered... And he's done so by going back underground and reminding us of the very stark, dynamic techniques that made drum & bass what it is. From the icy sheet metal muscle and Charlemagne's arresting quintessential D&B vocals on the title track right through to the gritty evils of "Rise Again", S.P.Y's studio command is second to none. An impeccable sophomore that refuses to compromise.
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Hospital Mixtape: SPY
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SPY/VARIOUS
Cat: NHS 290CD. Rel: 30 May 16
Drum And Bass
  1. TC - "Rep" (feat Jakes - SPY remix)
  2. Spectrasoul - "4URGH"
  3. SPY - "Take Control"
  4. Bladerunner - "The Storm"
  5. SPY - "Second Encounter"
  6. Dimension - "Panzer"
  7. Logistics - "Smoke Rings" (feat Inja)
  8. Alibi - "Hornet"
  9. M Set & Deefa - "All Consuming Fear" (Amoss remix)
  10. SPY - "Silent Wave"
  11. Machinecode & Lockjaw - "Cry Me"
  12. Noisia & The Upbeats - "Omnivore"
  13. Konichi - "Contraband"
  14. Whiney - "Guardians"
  15. PA - "Battle Of The Witts" (Boosta & Atmos T remix)
  16. Fred & Grafix - "Ultraviolet" (SPY remix)
  17. KLAX - "Hotline"
  18. Dub Elements - "Soulbringer"
  19. Anile - "Don't Let Me In"
  20. Digital - "Deadline" (SPY remix)
  21. London Elektricity - "Why Are We Here?" (feat Liane Carroll - SPY remix)
  22. Random Movement - "In Space, No One Can Hear You Funk"
  23. Break - "Hope" (feat Celestine)
  24. Muffler - "Valentine"
  25. BCEE - "Back To The Street" (feat Philipa Hanna - SPY remix)
  26. Lenzman - "Cherry Blossom"
  27. Lisp - "Got Me Down"
  28. Larigold - "Don't Stop"
  29. Unreal - "Enduro" (feat SPY)
  30. Keeno - "Eos"
  31. SPY - "What The Future Holds" (Etherwood remix)
Review: Following Etherwood and Fred V & Grafix, S.P.Y is the next to step up to the "Hospital Mixtape" series with a walloping 31-track mix of which almost half has never been released before. As you'd expect from the bazillion dollar Brazilian, the range is wide with tendencies to gully. Essential exclusives you'd be an absolute madman not to check include his deep-swing twist on Digital's seminal "Deadline", the insane sub bass slipperiness on Random Movement's incredible "In Space No One Can Hear You Funk" and the "Up All Night" style late 90s slap down with his brother Unreal "Enduro". A proper mix and a previously unobtainable selection that's yours for the taking... What's not to love here?
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