Industrial as it is Dubby. People say that "talking about music is like dancing to architecture" I've danced to this music before and all the architecture within. Sick in the club and sick in the den.
This album is an enjoyable paradox, caught not just between jungle and halftime, but rather, both extremes concurrently. I'm not sure whether to slide these tunes into a hip-hop set, or break it down from a d'n'b set. This unsure feeling of speed subversion and beat delusion... I love it. DJ Home Movies