"Killer tune. I really love mixing female vocals with a dark tune... this hit the nail on the head! Boom!"
All Dutch line-up as these studio protagonists team up for the first time… the result is a strident stadium trancer with running drums, stabbed riffs and no small amount of judder to its concluding third.
Shropshire-based producer Pixel shows his passion for jazzy saxophone licks, gorgeous muted keys and liquid d&b-style double bass on the super-classy 'Lemonade', an understated future classic which goes down like smooth bourbon on a Sunday afternoon. AA-side 'Labelled' features a clever little sample about social pigeonholing, but despite a nice line in moody atmospherics and fearsome rolling drums never quite hits the same heights. Top Drawer Digital remain an ever-reliable outlet for faster-tempo breakbeats.
Rockformz are Formula and Harry Rocksta, who are dropping their debut album 'Anarchy' later on this year. 'Grow Room' is just sublime: dark, grainy, paranoiac, twitchy like you've got a garage full of hydroponics and the NPower bailiffs are at your door, Harry from LDZ sinuously spookily stepping in the spectral spaces left behind by the gaseous eerie production (think Telemachus/Trellion/Sniff strung out on even stranger shit than they've been smoking up til now). Absolutely the most intriguing, unique release of the month. Essential.