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Boomkat Product Review:
OstGut Ton officially give another nod of approval to Bass music and its many offshoots with the first Sub:stance mix album, selected and blended by Scuba. The Sub:stance club events have been held at OstGut's dance laboratory aka Berghain for some 18 months now, filling a quarterly friday night slot with unremitting waves of subbass from producers operating at the cutting edge of the whole dubstep/techno/house/BASS axis. Experiencing this stuff on their overwhelming Funktion 1 stacks is the stuff of legend, but thankfully Scuba has condensed the affair into nearly 70 mins of undulating rave emotions for one of the most essential mixes of this stuff you'll come across. The tracklisting boasts a heavy number of exclusives, including unreleased material from Joy Orbison, Sigha, George Fitzgerald, Instra:mental, Scuba and Mala, besides anthems like Surgeon's 'Klonk pt.4', Shackleton's 'It's Time For Love' and Untold's 'No One Likes A Smart Arse', with plenty more from Badawi, Joker, Mount Kimbie, and Pangaea among others. As anyone that's witnessed one of sets will attest, this man's DJ sets are crucial listening, finding the crux point of febrile techno jack and mechanized swing like few others out there, in the process creating one of the most vitally advanced dancefloor sets in the world. Required listening for any techy 'step heads with an ear for the good stuff.