About this item
Exquisite, ultra deep dubstep here shipped over the Preston terrafirma and into our willing hands here at Piccadilly. Previously sold exclusively direct from the label, these are the last remaining copies that have been lucky enough to make it down the M61 after a rapturous response through the bass community.
Manchester duo BFM (Bloodklart Fiyah Mandem), comprised of JFO and Sativa, drop an untitled, rare-ass dub on side A that's everyone's been dying to get their hands on after some explosive previews in the club throughout the year. Guided through thick plumes of sub bass by a dark violin, the taut, skeletal beat holds the tension while creeping bass growls and tearing metallics siphon off bursts of energy throughout. It's a deep, dubwise affair with utterances of eastern mysticism.
On the flip JFO joins up with Glume for a rubbery, bouncy, subwoofer test track: "Dust Riddim". Playing with a stuttered, hollow pattern that bangs six times then rests, it's a brilliantly executed slice of stop-start tension that'll get the floor salivating at the mouth for a dizzyingly large drop....
Both tracks are meticulously produced; razor sharp and with expert, sympathetic mixing that allows all elements space to shine. If you like your bass deep and dub-wise, then this exclusive double header should be right up your street. Copies are ridiculously limited, and due to the handcrafted, low-run pressing, it costs a bit more than your average 12"... But don't let that put you off this is fire.
1. Bloodklart Fiyah Mandem - Untitled
2. JFO & Glume - Dusk Riddim