This third 10” release on the Hyperdub imprint is already a minor anthem, vibrating the
bits other tunes can’t reach. The instrumental featured in the last set of Radio 1’s John Peel tribute night earlier this year, and on dubplate, has grown into a sure fire rewind at London dubstep/grime nights such as DMZ in Brixton and Forward>> at Plastic People. On this release, not only has infamous Daddi Gee of the first 2 10” releases been abducted by vocalist the Spaceape, but this time, its not about the mutated cover versions, but a straight up Spaceape dubtronic take on Jamaica’s capital city. If that’s not enough, this Kode9 riddim will make you cry with its heart wrenching synth riff, delayed tablas and enough surging sub-bass to sink Babylon.