Review: Jungle legend Gavin Aphrodite steps up on his own Aphrodite Mix imprint once again with a pair of remixed bangers. Taking inspiration from popular music and twisting it into underground hits has always been a speciality of Aphrodite and he's done it again with "Hold On" and "Crazy", both seamlessly blending familiar samples with a simple but effective d&b backbone. Raving material!
Review: Aphrodite is back on the bootleg tip with another two Amix slabs from the vaults. This time we give you the Aphrodite translation of two blockbuster movies, "Scarface" and "War Of The Worlds" are the movies of choice. Both tracks come good at the drop with awesome jump up bass lines, which will satisfy both Aphrodite fans and the massive number of jump up heads out there.
Review: Fourth release in the popular Amix series. On the A side Aphrodite's gives us a wicked roller called 'Breaking Point' the track is heavily influenced by the current tech sound of Sub Focus, Pendulum etc...The track has been getting a lot of attention and rightfully so, Aphro still comes with his trade mark beats so his fan bass will love this too. Flip it over for a second mix which features the Fugee vocal sample 'Killing Me Softly'.
Review: Aphrodite gets right back in there with his latest release on his ever popular Aphrodite imprint. Both "Mind of The Don" & "Metal Man" are expressive of where Aphrodite is taking his sound right now, throwing in a little bit of the new dnb edge championed by Pendulum & Sub Focus. Adding a sprinkle of said sound to his bread & butter methodology, and you’ve got something truly creative. This one will keep the die hards happy, remind some of the man Aphros skills, and no doubt win some of the new crew over.