NOTE: jacket is damaged (dented corner) but VINYL IS MINT
Brilliant doublepack from Starkey here, featuring 3 new tracks alongside remixes from Drop the Lime, DJ C, Atki2, Dev79 and Murderbot - all pressed up on extremely loud double vinyl. The set kicks off with "Stripped / Gutted" - another Starkey special taking in some bass ruffage with elongated snares and a filthy sheen that places it somewhere between Dubstep, Grime, Hip Hop and Breakcore - not for the fainthearted! "Let You Go" is a lot more subdued, disparate melodies weaving into a mesh of dense atmosphere before the obligatory drop takes over and churns out another grinding BASS cacophony that works a treat. "Pins", meanwhile, is the most crisp and upfront of the new tracks - a metallic clank providing the percussive backbone while clever edits and sharpened stabs make this a perfect 4/4 variant for those of you looking to mash up the dance. Onto the remixes - and Atki2 takes on "Pins" and wheezes out an even more overtly Techno fusion that's full of subtle padded bass and melodic flurries, while Murderbot fuels the original into a squashed gabbacore frenzy that's tailor-made for mentalists among you loving the new sounds of BASS. Conforming to our highest expectations, DJ C unleashes another dancehall reduction that pushes the low-end so deep into the mix it'll rattle your teeth, while Drop The Lime hits an energy rush so hyperactive you'll need a couple of hours recovery once played.