Boomkat Product Review:
More opalescent dubstep and wonky derivations from Pixelord. Lead jam 'Been Lookin' is bloody hard to get out of your skull once it's wormed its way in there, all compressed diva vocals, zig-zagging synth arpeggios, tranced-out chords and jeep-shaking sub bumps. 'Freeze The Star' is more minimal, more rough-hewn, and might just turn out to be one of the year's finest secret weapons: its eerie string pads giving way to militant drum-cracks (somewhere between UKF and ghetto-tech) and an insistent breathe-and-stop sample; proper dancefloor fire. 'Paperball' is your workaday 'Hyph Mngo'-influenced post-dubstep but well put together, while out of 'Vibrate''s digital flora and fauna emerges a winningly stripped-down booty house attack. Lots of ideas fizzing around this EP, worth a look.