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Let Go With You "Remixes"

  • Artists Tony Anthem & Axl Ender, Neon Stereo, Drivepilot, Sean Finn, Dustin Hulton, Fat Pinch, Josh Money
  • Release Date 2012-07-30
  • Labels Sludge Records
  • Catalog SR024
  • Description Josh Money's Let Go With You powered Sludge all the way to one of the label's biggest releases so far earlier this year, and now we've invited a host of our current favourite artists to join the party on this heavy-as-all-hell remix project. Gird your loins for a quality, powerhouse selection of devastating bass music energy that will have jocks of all persuasions reaching into the bag time and time again. First up, Portland-based Drivepilot's trademark rock-infused dubstep makes for a deep and dirty psychedelic trip of a reworking that gets under your skin and wrenches you onto the dancefloor like a meathook through the solar plexus. Next, Florida's Dustin Hulton plumps for an approach that can only be described as booty glitch: some of the edits here have to be heard to be believed, but despite all that intricacy the result will still have bodies flying round the room whenever it's dropped. Truly one for the head and the feet: a rare achievement these days. It's not over yet. Australia's Neon Stereo send down Dutch-style bleeps and fx for a firing yet occasionally blissed-out, ghetto-edged four to the floor take, while Stuttgart-based Sean Finn blows up with a rocky, pumping house effort. Staying on a house tip, Fat Pinch push melodic intensity to the fore with a classy reworking that's two parts glitchy tech to one part glorious prog. Finally, Tony Anthem and Axl Ender take full advantage of the original's mesmeric, heady flavours to send us headlong back into euphoric dubstep territory - at least until the bass drop hits with the power of Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined and the beats take a plunge into full-on drum workout territory. If remix packages were a bag of miscellaneous drugs you happened to find in the street during a dodgy night out, this one would contain crack cocaine laced with acid and taurine. Get your ears round it now and prepare to gurn like a monkey with a giant banana.

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