Review: This is featured on "Bonkers 15" and has had raves jumping and pumping the world over. Caned to bits by Brisk, Marc Smith and Bunter, "Go Insane" is the first Switched On collaboration between scene legend Kevin Energy and label boss AMS. A massive rave friendly cut, "Go Insane" manages to cram in bouncy bass grooves, twisted synths, uplifting riffage, manic stomping squelch-out sections and a killer drop that takes ravers totally by surprise. On the flip, TNC's Stormtrooper takes on Next Generation artist Nemesis for a studio battle that results in the heavyweight "Powercore". Massive, fun, uplifting and with more than a touch of the classic Evolution sound, plus a thumping head-twisting gabba section.
Review: Launched mid-2005, Hardcore Projektz has gone from strength to strength and is now recognised as one of the biggest and most successful labels catering to the darker side of hardcore breaks. Enzyme, one of the scene's leading producers, tears up the A1 with "Screwface" - a brilliantly hard and dark production which perfectly captures the essence of what this hardcore label is all about! Using the vocal from the 80's classic "Warriors" and featuring a wonderfully rich and warm bassline, "Our Turf" has been produced by leading hardcore breaks producers Vinyl Junkie and Darkus.
Review: Because Raver Baby tracks are so in demand, the label decided to take things to the next level and release a series of double and triple packs. Most double & triple packs usually contain one big track and the rest fillers, but these packs only contain the biggest and most sort after hardcore anthems in the world. Each pack also has its own unique artwork. Disc one contains the two monster anthems from N-Trance, both with well sort after Hixxy mixes. Disc two includes the massive Dougal & Gammer remix to bring you their unique Essential Platinum sound. The flip has one of the catchiest vocal anthems of this year. Disc three takes you on a trip to scouse land. "Devastated Motivated" gives you the harder sound of Hixxy & Recon, whilst "I Can Wait" brings you the bouncy style of Squad E with awesome vocals and uplifting riffs. This release is limited to 3000 copies worldwide!
Review: New to Cargo, taking a trip back in time, 'Athema', this double-a-side release from mid-2007 is the first
in the long series of limited re-issues of some of the biggest old-school tracks in the Reinforced catalogue.