Mr. Mitch's "peace dub" flips grime's "war dub" on it's head and has become a reputable sub-genre in it's own right. Strict Face uses an icy hand on his mellow, minimalist rework of Alice Deejay's "Better Off Alone." Loom takes a deconstructionist route through Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" as glitchy melodies and pitched-up vocal loops meet harsh, industrial sampling, preceding the brooding heartache of Mitch's fuzzy, emotional re-rub of Dru Hill's "How Deep Is Your Love." Silk Road Assassins offer their take on TPain's "I'm Sprung," featuring trickling, iced-out melodies and pitched-down vocals over dark, menacing bass rumbles.
United Kingdom Release
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