Monthly archives for September, 2011
Currently churning out some of the most fiendishly heavy beats around
for EA GAMES, Florida’s Josh Money’s latest release follows the
bassbin-busting BULLET FOR THE BEARS, which had bass fiends on both
sides of the Atlantic foaming at the mouth with its orchestral
breakdowns, gnarly low end and tight-as-all-hell edits.
Now he’s back with a double helping of utter carnage for DEEKLINE‘S imprint; SLUDGE. First up, LET GO WITH YOU drops sumptuous pads, oriental-style synths and slick vocal stylings before dragging you onto the floor with a
bassline that feels like waking up to a shot of tequila while being
roundly spanked by maniacal goblins from the planet RWOAR. It’s also
got enough edits to keep even the most discerning clubber’s brain
ticking over at triple-time.
Next up, we have something even more repulsively brilliant for you.
String arrangements bring AA-side THE WRONG PEOPLE in nicely, before dark orchestral arrangements give way to bubbling beats, searing
sawtooth bass and more naughty, trademark edits for one seriously epic
chunk of filth. A brace of essential bangers for the discerning modern
dubstepper, and a sign that Josh has cemented himself as a producer to
watch in 2011 and beyond.