A. Digital and Drum Cypha build up with natty bleeps and dreamy fx on the initially uplifting vibes of 'Satsuma,' before taking it back to zero and getting grungey as cavernous rave chords, thugged-out amens and a quaking reese turn this jam into pure carnage.
AA1. Champa B's 'Deception VIP' flips the much-loved original into manic proportions; thumping away with the toughest of drums, soundbwoy stabs, relentless mentasms and raw dancefloor energy thoughout. Sheer chaos.
AA2. Jem One gets down and dirty with the warehouse vibes of 'Approach', easing in with panic-stricken old skool pads and atmospherics before unleashing a b-boy breakbeat assault to get the dancefloor bubbling like there's no tomorrow.
More unmissable vibes for all the dirt-lovers on another sick triple-header.