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Saturday, Nov 16 2013 | 03:30
Image: 1586004 Enter Mumdance & Logos. Having been introduced to the label earlier this year via 'Drum Boss', on Tectonic Plates Volume 4, and generally killing it both together or independently with their releases on the Keysound imprint - the production duo are currently championing a sonic that is set to spread, mutate and progress the sound of the underground. True to the original spirit of Tectonic. With a sense of grand simplicity the duo have managed to seamlessly merge elements of UK hardcore-jungle, pounding, mesmerising techno, gut-wrenching grime and paranoid dubstep into the dancefloor beast that is 'Legion'. Rising panic is struck immediately from the dissonant strings that lead you into the rhythm, before luring you into an ambushing in the foam a pounding, relentless, weighted kick pattern. The vibe builds until a calculated submarine blip signals the start of an emerging, creeping reese baseline - ready to fully terrorise any dancefloor, anywhere. This is a weapon you want in your DJ bag. 128bpm danger zone. Flip for 'Proto', continuing the old-skool jungle vibes and rolling them out, again, at 128bpm. The intro charges up with a muted 4/4 kick pattern, and a demented hoover sample - getting progressively more aggressive as it develops. Then comes the rush of broken breakbeats and 808s, cutting forwards and backwards, unsettling your balance and wrong-footing your expectations. 100% killer.

TRACK LIST:

A. Legion
AA. Proto Available from 06.12.2013
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