|1.||Jem-One - "Footsteps" (6:06)|
|2.||Jem-One - "Frequency" (6:03)|
|1.||Vince Rollin - "Prometheus" (5:55)|
|2.||Vince Rollin - "Symbiosis" (6:05)|
If you're after bowel-bothering, pant-wetting junglist darkness, DJ Monita's Skeleton Recordings label is always a good place to look. Certainly, there's plenty of moody, full-throttle fun to be found on this double-header. Jem One handles the A-side, serving up the creepy horror-jungle bustle of "Footsteps" - all razor-sharp old school breaks, dystopian vocal samples and macabre aural textures - before opting for a more hot-stepping feel on the equally as intense "Frequency". Australian jungle revivalist Vince Rollin gets busy on the B-side, peppering a wild rhythm track with end-of-days noises and mind-altering sub bass on "Prometheus", before joining the dots between original jungle and neurofunk on punishing EP closer "Symbiosis".
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