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Boomkat Product Review:
The latest in the influential Fabriclive series comes from dubstep stars Caspa and Rusko, who introduce the Fabric masses to the sound of South London by way of dub plates and genre classics, dropping in some unexpected genre benders to keep the more informed amongst us on our toes. Caspa as dubsteppers will no doubt know is one of the new wave of producers who isn't afraid to shake up a party a little, adding rave stabs and jump-up basslines to the mix, and occasionally pushing the tempo higher than the usual 103 bpm. It pays off too and at times you'd be forgiven for forgetting that you're listening to dubstep at all, with tracks like Rusko's Catchphrase-sampling 'Mr Chips' sounding dangerously like Euro techno at times. It was bound to happen when you think about it, the moody boys of dubstep could never win - I mean you never get the girls if you're just standing around the back nodding your head up and down, you've got to lay down some moves, and Caspa seems willing to provide the soundtrack to that. There's some killer whitelabel action from Skream (under the contract dodging Skreamz moniker), Rusko and Caspa himself, but the classics here are the ones that catch your attention, most obviously Matty G's 50,000 Watts and Coki's 'tune of the year' 'Sponge Bob'. Hot.