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Reeling Skullways

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Format: low-price CD
Cat: DRUNKCD 005
Released: 25 Apr 12
Genre: Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime

Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Keep Hoping Machine Running"
2. "Walworth Road Acid Trapdoor"
3. "Hackney - Chicago - Jupiter"
4. "Embrace Disaster"
5. "Electricity Comes From Other Planets"
6. "Stenaline Metranil Solar Flare"
7. "Suddenly Alone Together"
8. "A Rail Is A Road & A Road Is A River"
9. "Ghost Kicks In The Spiral"
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Joe Montana

Review

Aside from sporting the finest, bushiest beard in dance music, Ralph "Bass Clef" Cumbers has long been a producer with more ideas than most. Just as capable of making thrilling, bass-heavy floor fillers as quirky dubstep and oddball electronica, he's made a career out of surprising listeners at every turn. This latest album - his first for Peverelist's Punch Drunk imprint - is a good case in point. Having seemingly tired of straight-up dubstep and bass music (for now, at least), Cumbers turns his attention to linear electronics, classic Detroit techno and stargazing electronica, laying down a series of delightfully melodic compositions that arguably rank among his best to date. The album's forthright positivity is its most startling feature; clearly, "Clef" is in a good place right now.

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