Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Everyman – Take The Block EP

Everyman Take The Block EP Four40
We stay on a kinda post-dubstep/future garage tip now with the latest from the slightly mysterious Four40 Records.

The standout of this four-tracker for me is No Doubt, which comes on like the bastard love-child of Never Gonna Let You Go and Show You Love. Which was never going to fail to please this reviewer! But elsewhere on the EP, the title track fuses dubstep with fierce and firing tech-house, Let It Up wears influences from early jungle and the sparsest of two-step proudly on its sleeve while the chipmunk-vocalled Player has echoes of both bassline circa 2003-5 and, of course, classic rave.

This is one of those records that manages to sound simultaneously like A. everything you ever heard all at once and B. the future. You need to check it out. Review ends.

Out: This week. Oh yeah, and it's a Juno Download exclusive.

About: You can find Four40 on Facebook and Soundcloud.

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