Boomkat Product Review:
**NOW AVAILABLE IN FLAC FORMAT** We've been waiting for this one - ever since Kode 9 and Daddi gee decimated us with their Prince Rogers Nelson rip up on the debut Hyperdub plate - 'Sign Of The Dub'. The almost unbearable claustrophobia, the dark sense of paranoia, the suffocating atmosphere all represented the cutting edge of the Dubstep movement, taking a genius side-swerve into uncharted abstract territory. Where recent Grime collections have focussed on a decidedly middle range bassline style, Hyperdub have evidently soaked up years of history in front and behind the biggest speaker bins known to man. Where 'Sign' found no reason to mess with any beats, 'Spit' comes fully correct - Gee going at public enemy's 'welcome to the terrordrome' in finest Ja improv style, all fronting Kode 9's assassin deadly, haunted ska-infected dub garage. Totally fresh once again, this is pressure taken to seismic atmospheric proportions - the chunky handclaps and version fx on the dub raising this as another, apparently unmatchable high point in a burgeoning scene. Invest now before this starts to fetch stupid money in a year or so. B-A-S-S!!