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Boomkat Product Review:
UK/Bass music stalwart Grievous Angel versions Dusk & Blackdown's 'Margins Music' inna dub stylee! Grievous and Dusk/Blackdown are kindred spirits when it comes to this quintessentially British ting. Between them they've probably written more than anyone on the subject, holding down hugely essential blogspots, magazine columns, and the brilliant Woofah fanzine. So it makes a helluva lot of sense to work on the substance itself, with Grievous Angel here giving 'Margins Music' a complete overhaul, revising the entire album in a swung dub style, much like Mad Professor did to Massive Attack, and so many dub legends have done to music before them. Grievous turns the whole set into a continuous mix, blending between tracks with the sort of deft skills that made his 'Sufferah' series of dubstep>R'n'B>Bass mixes so essential. He manages to intensify the sweet, sweaty and brilliantly claustrophobic nature of the album into a psychedelic urban headtrip, like the equivalent of stalking the same streets with a headful of potent ganja, perceptions shifted and flavours amplified (occasional pangs of peripheral paranoia included). We're going to have to wait another 6 months for these biblical floods and crap weather to finish, but until then, immerse yourself in this lush, balmy, tropical experience. Highly Recommended!