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Various Artists - Tempa Allstars Vol 06 (tempa)
Various Artists - Tempa Allstars Vol 06
Various Artists - Tempa Allstars Vol 06
Various Artists - Tempa Allstars Vol 06
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Tempa Allstars Vol 06

Various Artists (tempa)

Release date: 21.10.2010

Music Style: Dubstep

Article No.: 1663561 / TEMPA051

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Tempa Allstars takes the NBA’s Dream Team premise and applies it to bass music with delightful results. The 6th edition in the Tempa Allstars collection provides a trusted filter to bass music enthusiasts in a time where music is so readily available that it’s becoming increasingly more challenging to discover its real highlights, especially on the underground. Skream opens Allstars 6 with ‘Rollin Kicks’ (A1), and it does exactly what it says on the tin. The payoff here comes with giving yourself to the progressive nature of the track—long time followers of Skream’s production will recognise this as one of the many styles in the pioneers arsenal whilst relative newcomers may be surprised by this progressive and nuanced
technique from the master. For those who’ve not kept one eye on the brilliant and diverse output DnB producers such as dBridge and indeed Shogun Audio have been putting out there, this may be your first introduction to Icicle. With ‘Anything’ (B1) wicked production value gives weight to his bass notes and shine to the shuffling metallic percussion. Icicle is joined by fellow samurai from the Shogun camp, Alix Perez, who sends a an elastic bassline searching through a corridor of muffled voices, distorted synth lines and seemingly echoing chasms, bringing Allstars 6 to a close with ‘Untitled’ (D2). In between Icicle and Alix are three of the most exciting beatsmiths our generation has sprouted so far. Falty DL comes with a short and sweet, sunshine offering in the form of ‘Sunday’ (B2) a lush riddim perfect for the British BBQ and at under 3 minutes the sun may still be shining before it’s time to replace the plates with Benga’s ‘I Come From London’ (C1); swung with the indomitable swagger that oozes from the S. Londoner, cricket like whistles adding high energy frenzy to the rolling bass and percussion jamboree. Remixer du jour, SBTRKT is having a strong 2010 so far with his music finding its way into the boxes of some of electronic musics most disce

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