Another quartet of super-dense bombs from 6Blocc's digital crate of low end redubs, once again detonating in spring-loaded fashion under some familiar hip hop bangers. This series has taken such a grip on the decks by now that it needs no further explanation.
Another quartet of super-dense bombs from 6Blocc's private stash of low end redubs, once again detonating in spring-loaded fashion under some familiar hip hop bangers, helped out this time with a cut from Canadian duo Stick Bubbly & Hydee. This series has taken such a grip on the decks by now that it needs no further explanation, so here's the tracklist, then it's over to you to fill in the blanks ... A1 - 'Thuggish' (Biting a Bone Thugz N Harmony vocal), A2 - 'Forgot About Dre' (SB&H knock the original right out the park), B1 - 'How High' (blunted refix of Meth & Red rhymes), B2 - 'Fu Gee La' ( ... errr ... )
Young Master Blocc does it again with four heavy heavy remixes from his private stash of low end redubs. 'Babylon Bwoy' is heavy dubstep remix of a Baby Cham classic. 'See You Smile' is a medley of well known reggae songs over a hard dub riddim. 'Police In Helicopta' is a retread of John Holt's ganja lament, worked over into a lethal dubstep anthem. An last but certainly not least, 'Just To Get A Rep' finds Gangstarr's dope 1991 cut reshaped in a deep bass music fashion. Mad limited pressing, so grab yours before they make like Keyser Soze.
The incomparable 6Blocc drops some heavyweight science from his secret stash of personal dubs. Soundsystem-tested by the man himself, and sought after by scenesters the world over, these four tracks have already been out and in high demand via his Digital 6 label on download only, but now here's your chance to grab them (some in re-versioned form) on limited vinyl release. Each cut resonates with the trademark 6Blocc badboy bass quake and dirty ragga junglist influences. 'Boom' is all about a monstrous kick drum thud and none-more-massive jumping sub-bass, flavoured with raw-throated emcee call outs. 'Buddy Buddy' winds up the dance like The Bug in timestretched vengeful mood on a heavy steppah rhythm and stomping pneumatic bassline. 'Shine U Gun Remix' is a thoroughly corrupted and abused interpretation of rootical dancehall, and one that could easily find part-time work in the demolition business. Finally, 'The Burning Dub' is a dubstep devastator that will reduce even the most armour-plated rig to smouldering wreckage.