First vinyl release on The Weevil Neighbourhood in 2011 - artist remains unknown.
Repress: Black vinyl in brown cardboard discobag. Hand-stamped and -numbered. Comes with artwork- and info-card tied to the sleeve
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"To those that may have forgotten what dubstep REALLY sounds like, take a listen to this record, from start to end, and thank yourself later. With a drum line on both sides that flirts with UK Garage, but remains heady and bass-laden, the spaced-out efx in various places create an eerie vibe. Add in some nasty, yet short stabs and you've got one of the best dubstep releases I've heard in a long time. If you're looking for wobbling basslines or tunes that are brostep stompers, go elsewhere... this one is for the heads." (diskoboy on Discogs)
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