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posted by Unctuous

Another quality release from Enduser here. Right from the start “2/3” kicks it hard with deadly breaks and slightly adjusted vocals from “Sleeping Satellite” by Tasmin Archer. Cutting right to the chase, the EP shows no mercy by shredding and sawing a pathway to the core of its torn and broken nature. While the EP mainly showcases Enduser’s mastery of beatslicing and arranging breaks, there is also a deep melodic quality in the background that layers and weaves through the chaos.

The next track, “Death Vest 09” keeps with the consistency with eerie chimes before erupting into a break-happy montage, and “1/3” follows the same general format. The production quality on this is outstanding, and no corners are cut so that every kick, snare, and glitch has its place and is apparent. I think the album cover is a perfect representation of the music as well; shattered, chaotic, and torn, but there is still an image of something behind the front of mayhem.

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The much anticipated, full-length album from hard dubstep producers Broken Note explodes onto the scene with relentless percussive assaults. With booming bass kicks to sinister snares, this album feels like it could bring down a 5-foot thick lead wall. Nasty, grinding synths emit distorted shockwaves that could nearly tear right through you. The synths complement the rhythms perfectly in a wobbly, but not too cliche dubstep way. The audio has such a feeling of weight that it feels as though thousand-ton boulders are falling upon you, or that each bass kick is a swift and hard blow to the chest.

Obviously, the tracks are nothing short of an adrenaline rush. Breaking down into a DnB rush, “Meltdown” simply takes down everything in its aural path; nothing will stand in the way of this monster. Pounding, fast-paced, and out of control, everything about “Meltdown” and the rest of the release will leave you speechless, but bloodthirsty for more.

This is, without a doubt, beyond a quality release. Shredding the rules of conventional dubstep and drum & bass, and dancing on the remains, this album goes where few dare to tread.

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posted by Unctuous

2008 saw the release of Broken Note’s Crux / Zealot as well as War in the Making / No Struggle (“No Struggle”  by Starkey) on Ad Noiseam. Fantastic dubstep, listen here.

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Download Crux / Zealot.

Download War in the Making / No Struggle.

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