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Boomkat Product Review:
Punch Drunk's 'Worth The Weight Vol.2: From The Edge' documents the 2nd wave of Bristolian bass mutations in the wake of dubstep's innovative eruption in the mid-late '00s. It does so thru the prism of Peverelist's ever-evolving yet rooted tastes, cannily reflective of - and influential upon - the contours of contemporary London and Berlin dancefloor trends. Yielding cuts from Kowton, Hodge, Tessela, Kahn, Andy Mac, Zhou, Bass Clef, Ekoplekz and Peverelist on CD for the first time, it covers a broad spectrum of styles within its niche, manifesting that Bristolian thing for "timeless" quality and inward-looking innovation; a result of the city's rich social mix and undying love for all things dub. If we're picking favourites, then Hodge's hard-stepping techno roller 'Resolve' is obviously up there alongside the careening mandess of Khan's 'Helter Skelter' or Andy Mac's big boned house swinger, 'Asteroid Belts' and the chiming 'Bells' collaboration between Pev & Hodge, but it's perfectly sequenced as a play-through listen, meaning each track is integral to the whole, much like the label itself.