Featuring those immense staggered dub chords swirling about...
Ramadanman employing Funky snare patterns married to offset bass bumps and oscillating synths.
Structured in the broken style of Domu or Roska with a soca swinging vibe bumped by jazzed licks...
Deep-set subbass and effervescent keys from cutting engineer extraordinaire Leon Day.
Ruffed up Funky focussing on those nastily serrated basslines, simply made to slay the dance.
Rattling drum breaks slinking around sneaky G-funk synthlines and blazing midi horns.
Murkily resonant pads building the tension before skip-swinging patterns suck you into the dance.
The mighty Roska with a properly swung riddim infected with bongo fever and perfectly offset bassdrum.
For the first 1.5 mins you'd be forgiven for thinking this was Ben Klock...
Sick functionalism with a stripped 4/4 kick guiding the track with stabs and swollen subbass dips.
Another Roska refix, shifting the D-Malice original with offset sub-blows.
Straddling the line between Roska's raw drum sounds and a more European house sound.
Broken and beautifully kinked rhythms with a universally infectious effect...
Genius concoction of insistent Maurizio stabs, rumping percussive polyrhythms and pressurised subs.