Boomkat Product Review:
Mala’s most requested DMZ anthem available on a 15th anniversary digital drop
The storied 7th release on Digital Mystikz’ label originally appeared on a AAA-rated, AA sided platter in dubstep’s breakthrough year 2006 backed with ‘Haunted’, but instantly took on a life of its own as DMZ’s end of night anthem. Despite running under the Digital Mystikz moniker, it’s long been known - and is now confirmed - that’s it’s a Mala production, and with no small input from Spen-G’s sing-a-long vocal. Clued up steppers will know it can be found on digital formats via Mary Anne Hobbs’ ‘Warrior Dubz’ compilation, where it sat among exclusives from likes of Andy Stott and Burial, but in case you snoozed, don’t think twice about grabbing the digi’s, ‘cuz the 2nd hand vinyl prices are just wild (if kinda justified for such a weighty one).