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Dubcore Volume 21
Cat: SPB 12042. Rel: 16 Feb 21
Drum And Bass
  1. Riffz & Dubsknit - "Like This" (5:50)
  2. We Rob Rave - "Weedless Bacon" (3:23)
  3. We Rob Rave - "Team Bird Up" (4:12)
  4. Riffz & Dubsknit - "Addiction One" (4:35)
Review: Hamburg herberts Sozialistischer Plattenbau get busy with the 21st edition of their breakneck funk Dubcore series. This time label regulars We Rob Rave and Polish duo Riffz & Dubskint take a tune each per side. R&D's 'Like This' is straight from the book of 92, all big pianos and feel good flavours while WRR's 'Weedless Bacon' takes things into much darker territories. Flip for more hardcore solutions as 'Team Bird Up' goes full on 4x4 before Riffz & Dubskint sign out on some manic Dreamscape tip. Hardcore, we suspect you know the score.
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Doubtful Being
Doubtful Being (limited 12")
Cat: WDZ 001. Rel: 15 Sep 20
Drum And Bass
  1. Riffz - "Doubtful Being" (5:31)
  2. Riffz - "No Visiblity" (5:22)
  3. Green Wald - "Hot Pushin" (4:26)
  4. Green Wald - "Gangsta" (5:48)
Review: Riffz and Green Wald take two tracks each per side on what proves to be a varied but accomplished showcase of styles. 'Doubtful Being' revels in deep, clunking sub-bass pressure, crazy effects and timestretching, nodding perhaps to the scrambled breakbeat glory of Goldie and 4Hero's early 90s collaboration Rufige Kru. Jungle techno - that often forgotten missing link between rave and jungle - informs the four-to-the-floor but breaks-splattered 'No Visibility', the second offering from Riffz, an unusual vein to mine but all the more refreshing for it. Green Wald also harks back to the moments before the big bang that was jungle, opting for a slightly slower than normal tempo but plenty of beat manipulation and mixing desk skullduggery on 'Hot Pushin', before closing proceedings with the heavy but jazzy 'Gangsta', probably one for those who loved T Power's early work on the SOUR label.
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