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The Boxer
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The Boxer (12")
Cat: TEC 040. Rel: 13 Sep 10
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. The Boxer
  2. The Boxer (Darqwan remix)
Review: Rob Ellis aka Pinch drops one of the biggest dubstep tunes of 2010 in "The Boxer". It shows the Bristolian at his no holds barred, unyielding best U militant basslines, skittering tribal percussion and ethereal moans all combine for a tear out that stands above the pretenders. Flip over for a remix from fellow dubstep veteran Darqwan, who throws a cheeky vocal sample on top for added hands-up effect.

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Screamer
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Screamer (12")
Cat: TEC 090. Rel: 01 Feb 16
Bass
  1. Screamer (feat Riko Dan) (5:05)
  2. No Justice (4:32)
Review: It was about time the Tectonic head honcho released an EP on his own label, and especially one as diverse and wild as this one. Pinch's "Screamer" follows the vocal riddims of Riko Dan over a dusty tech house groove, and some furious folds of mutant bass - screaming and yelling like they should. Over on the B side, Pinch contorts the groove back into his more familiar guise, offering up a crusty broken beat pattern that dissolves neatly into blasts of bass laser and swampy, sic-fi echoes. Killah.
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Late Night Endless
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Cat: ONUCD 127. Rel: 09 Feb 15
 
Deep Dubstep
Music Killer
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Cat: ONUVS 1025. Rel: 18 Nov 13
Deep Dubstep
  1. Music Killer (extended mix)
  2. Music Killer (Dubplate Pressure)
Review: Music Killer is an appropriately titled second release from the almighty pairing of Pinch and Adrian Sherwood who are clearly enjoying bringing their respective and respected production talents to the table in a studio situation. Whilst the Bring Me Weed 12" released earlier this year was very good it felt a bit like Sherwood and Ellis were only just feeling out where the partnership could go, the two tracks here sound like the results of some extensive studio time for the pair. Having road tested the record on the Juno office stereo it has be said headphones or laptop speakers just don't do justice to the deeply trippy bass weight of "Music Killer" in either it's extended or dubplate pressure version. The former crunches through a 130+bpm riddim and is blessed with all manner of toasting whilst Sherwood is granted the space on the latter to lay down some typically mind-bending reverb and delay effects.
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