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Boomkat Product Review:
Croydon's OG dubstep dons return with a brand new album of standardly heavyweight subbass dramas. It's now six years since their template setting 'To The Rescue', and at least 10 years since their earliest releases imagined the formula for what would become known as dubstep. Up until recently they've been notoriously quiet, only emerging again in 2009 with a pair of killer come-backs including a masterful revision of Lee Perry. That cut 'Exercising' appears on 'Quest For The Sonic Bounty', following a clutch of deeply layered and cinematic tracks deploying tonnes of film samples taken from their collective stacks of classic VHS videos. In contrast to so many dubstep producers nowadays, they remain true to the original mandate of minimalism, preferring to hone in on the essential elements of sculpted subs and chiselled percussion, using the rich tapestry of film dialogue and samples to fulfill melodic signifiers of mood and atmosphere. If Dubstep has become an obese, wobbling blur of noises and the smell of lynx and mephedrone to you, then this album will surely restore your faith, or at the very least remind you how tactile it can be. Recommended.