Rumble 'Unorthodox EP' 12"
Operating with unwavering musical dedication, St. Louis' Dub Sector imprint readies their next pressure volley with none other than Rumble on the controls. Also known through his prolific mastering efforts for various quality labels and artists, the London-based producer and engineer has been wreaking considerable havoc with his original productions - yielding support from the likes of Egoless in the process. A signature style that's gravitating towards industrial and experimental inclinations, authentically being paired with original sound system music flavours from his past single on the Dub Sector Compilation. Now really stepping into the limelight with a whopping amount of five heavyweight cuts (supported by The Widdler, Hebbe and Youngsta), it is safe to advise for you to get ready for Rumble’s first major breakthrough.
Exhuming haunting foley samples in 'Unorthodox' - a deserted and dusty ambience unravels. Led by historical speech fragments, it promptly unleashes a proper swagger attitude and meticulous groove in the process - the low-frequency barrage pulverising any lingering doubts of Rumble's technical prowess. Descending into subterranean depths, 'Water Martian' propels its off-kilter sound design and experimental affinity in style - fuelling any dimly lit dance floor with a proper sound system - serious business! Reverberating echos fail to indicate the impending doom as 'Scanner' commences plotting a dystopian future. No headroom is left untouched as bespoke Dub influences merge with its modern sonic attire. Electrified synth hits revel in the anticipatory climate of 'Provoked' - making way for a lethal bassline to be discharged with tremendous force and unbridled energy. Furiously advancing its sonic agenda, taking no prisoners in its area of effect. As inaugural destruction protocols activate, the ensuing Armageddon is sure to lay waste to any keen dance-floor. Taking us onto one last ride into an ethereal territory, 'Illusion' sets the pace amid granular foley FX, dense vinyl crackles and prophetic anticipation. Emerging from reverberation with unruly pressure, the doomsday groove in full swing. Stripped down to its bare parts, wreaking havoc in a distorted wasteland - switching into overdrive for its monumental second coming.