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Review by Louis P. Burns aka Lugh / Upstate Renegade Productions / Sensitize ©. All Rights Reserved.
- Given that I'm an ex-punk into musicians like Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Radiohead, Sex Pistols and The Fall etc, it's a bit strange that I've been playing this mix a lot over the last few days and nights but it really has caught my attention.
I'm writing about a powerful mix called Snowsteppin' by Essential Fatty Acid / EFA Sound System (more below) and from the podcast of the same name found here: Essential Fatty Acid / EFA Sound System.
I'm absolutely hooked folks. It has a lot of the qualities that I'm sure many of you will remember upon first hearing Leftism by Leftfield or material like; Out Of Control from Surrender by the Chemical Brothers in that it picks you up, slaps you about a bit, then drops you back into your armchair with a dazed but happy expression on your face. Added to this it has the same thrilling impact as the soundtrack music from David Holmes/The Free Association and Neil Sparkes in the sensational 2003 South African movie; Stander.
Snowsteppin' is a liberating work that gets into all the right corners of the mind. The running time is just under 1 hour 6 minutes and takes the listener on a journey through all things Dubstep / Drum and Bass. If you want to dance this mix is for you. If you want to chill, likewise.
It is my firm belief that the media artist behind Snowsteppin' / Essential Fatty Acid (EFA), none other than our own highly talented pal and fellow member Cliqtech here on Sensitize © is an artist who should be snapped up by all good labels and someone to look out for on reputable filmscore and new music / Dubstep / Drum and Bass scenes to come.
http://www.leftfield-online.co.uk/disco ... eftism.htm
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