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Numa Crew – New Underground Massive Alliance Remixes Vol.1 [Liondub International]

Remixers Serum, Brian Brainstorm, Serial Killaz, Upgrade and Kenji bring some extra fire to the Numa Crews – Impossible and Kill the whole of Dem


On the into Serum brings the paintbrush, with that trademark drum pattern and deep rolling bassline to the soundscape for a proper floor tear up, wonderful. Brian Brainstrom rolls out a bassline strong and Sammy Nicks steams in with some dark grinding underpinnings for his remix.

For Impossible there are also to Dub soundscapes to bless the ears. The Numa Crew Dub lets the listener take in the arrangement of the original and Amp Outernational work in a dominant bassline, where the lyrics take a second positioning.

Kill the whole of Dem.
The remixes for this urgent monster also bring the fire. Seriel Killaz keep the Dancehall flavour and add some punch whilst ripping through with the occasional beast of a dark bad bassline. The Upgrade Renix is smsher of a jump up piece whilst Kenji brings it down with a deep bassline and nice little percussive touch.

DJ Vadim, Chyna Soulstar, Syross & Serocee also chip in from the Hip-Hop angle. Some strong kicks and a funky little Vadim piano bassline make this a sweet little addition this remix album.

Brian Brainstorm – Liondub Street Series Vol. 13 – No Mercy

Brian Brainstrom offers up some Jungle / Drum and Bass variations for hungry ears, of the blissfully furious dub inspired variety. Kicking off with the Jungle of Already Dead, a steamer of a piece, horns/gunshots a plenty but the rhythm and bass rolls through in and out of some sweet dub majesty. Already kicked off with some fire, the series launches into the Jump Up remix of Already Dead, packed full of stabs and bass rolls, SO much energy. Buy > http://www.junodownload.com/products/brian-brainstorm-liondub-street-series-vol-13/2902880-02/?ref=liondub

As if that wasn’t enough the series launches into the next phase, with the choppy grinder that is Run Choon only to move into the two sublime body shakers at the end. Both No Mercy Tonight and Unity blitz the basslines with some thick treacly wobble bass. Whether you prefer the subtle synth patters or No Mercy Tonight or the all-time purity of Unity this is a treat to the ears.