Ital Tek's debut EP features 4 sci-fi flavoured techy Dubstep tunes. As the rest of the scene moves into a more 4/4 direction we see Brighton's Alan Myson taking things into the basement and adding a sizable chunk of noise into his productions. It reminds one of when the whole Renegade Hardware sound took hold of drum 'n bass, and that's no bad thing - there's always space for growling distortion and a bad attitude. Vex'd and more recently Cloaks have approached this sound, but Ital Tek brings enough variation to make this 12" stand out, and far from merely exploring a bit these tracks have some serious bass weight.
LORN's music is as fascinating as it is disturbing and brutal. The sound is purely evil. Listening to this on a (very) good stereo or good headphones IS an experience. LORN's crispy 24bit flacs just add "the" extra little punch. Love it, great artist. Marcs
omg, this is awesome! i have been a huge tipper fan a long time, albums like broken soul jamboree & forward escape are rare electronic masterpieces. i have listen to this more than 100 times and i can detect always more layers...so ful of details in the background...a class of it's own, music and production are not from this world! dub orange