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Knights Of Ren EP
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Cat: KAP 016. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Island Wave (4:05)
  2. Knights Of Ren (5:21)
  3. Barbaric (5:04)
  4. Knights Of Ren (Lemz & Hi5Ghost remix) (4:54)
Review: Bristol grime time: Asa & Sorrow step away from the deeper, ambient, home-chilling beats for something club-ready and waiting for MC damage. "Island Wave" is the waviest cut of the bunch thanks to its ever-changing tones and far-away vocal textures, "Knights Of Ren" is the murkiest cut of the bunch, sabre slicing up the dance like Kylo while "Barbaric" does that really creepy staccato string thing that both Asa and Sorrow do so well. Finally we hit the Lemz & Hi5Ghost twist of the lead track. Utilising the strings for more drama and spacing out the beats/bass, it's a neat switch up that retains full respect to the original.
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Re-Imagined Pt 1
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Cat: KAP 013CD. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Purple City (witih Ginz - Swindle remix)
  2. Snake Eater (Gemmy remix)
  3. Psychedelic Runway (Joss Ryan remix)
  4. Stuck In The System (Asa & Sorrow remix)
  5. Newham Generals (Trolley Snatcha remix)
  6. Head Top (Badklaat remix)
  7. Mario Ting (Kragen remix)
  8. Tron (Kromestar remix)
Review: Mining his sizable back catalogue of tracks, Joker has called upon a host of producers to remix his work on no less than eight separate occasions, albeit staying within the realms of bass-weight business across the gamut of dubstep and its derivatives. Swindle adds some extra feist and flex into "Purple City", while Gemmy takes a dramatic stance on "Snake Eater". There are more light-hearted synth horn stabs at work on Trolley Snatcha's version of "Newham Generals", and Kromestar brings the cheekily swung noise on a bouncy version of "Tron". If this richly melodic corner of dubstep gets you swaying, then there's no valid reason to not delve into the purple goodness post haste.
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The Pheonix EP
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Cat: KAP 018. Rel: 09 May 16
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. No Face (4:03)
  2. Only You (4:04)
  3. Planet D (4:13)
  4. 21 (3:42)
Review:  His first proper body of work since his Mainframe album last year, Joker returns with four more reasons why he's in a league of his own: while "No Face" tickles our cheeks with velvet purple glove, "Only You" switches for a purple boxing glove and knocks us plain out with its big strings and romantic melodic twists. "Planet D" is straight out of the score from movie of Joker's life in 30 years time once he's colonised five planets with his universal funky language. Finally "21" reminds us of Joker's gully roots with a swaggering halftime vibe that flexes mentasm-muscles so hard three gyms have closed down in the time it's taken you to read this review. Classical badman.
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