Boomkat Product Review:
The Lee Jones curated Aus imprint notches up its first label compilation with a run of prime new gear. The first disc most notably bears a slew of in-demand cuts from some of the Dubstep scenes most cherished practioners including the much anticipated Appleblim and Ramadanman collab 'Sous Le sable' which sees the two approaching at a house tempo with deeper chord sequences and a full blooded subbass line attached to a relatively tame house rhythm, while Martyn provides two cuts, the velveteen 'For Lost Relatives' giving hefty nods to the Detroit house of Theo Parrish, and the more standardly dubstep cut 'Electric Purring' with his smooth keys and deeper house vibes. The second disc is mixed by Will Saul aka Ninja Tune's Fink and includes a strictly housing selection including a large number of tracks from Lee Jones and My My besides remixes from Prins Thomas, Roland Appel, Chateau Flight and The Mole. Deep.