Nottingham based Producers of note Geiom and Shortstuff do something very special here for Planet Mu in the form of this two track single that manages to pour a huge amount of innovation into a short space of time.
‘No Hand Signals’ works dizzy arabic synths, reminiscent of early Black Dog into a melodic hyper-rhythmic dubstep workout with lots of detailed breakdowns and wormholes. It’s a first for dubstep, which has never gone this far out melodically and still made a track that’s also this catchy.
'Wardenclyffe' on the flip is clearly inspired by funky house’s rhythmic inventions, and comes in at a slower bpm. A tense, squidgy synth melody unfolds over a tough soca style beat that develops and stutters in reaction.
Two tracks that simply sound like no others and are better for it.
No Hand Signals