A massively anticipated release from the cult adored, globally loved Dixon Avenue Basement and one of their biggest signings to date: Big Miz. Glaswegian through and through, with both label and artist nurtured and developed through the monolith of house and techno that is Rubadub. Martin's DABJ label has always been a favourite with the up-all-nite-cru and warehouse dwellers of Manchester and after three EPs preceding it, Big Miz steps up to drop the label's first full length. From the tweaked out organ solos on "Hammond Groove" and the live bass jam of "Straight Thru Cru" to the straight up brain rattler of "Gear Tension" and the Chi-town indebted "Our House". This is Big Miz at his undiluted, party-starting best and cements the fact that he is one of the UKs most exciting raw talents.
'Build for the club, Destroy for the afterparty, all tracks written in my bedroom. Inspired by all the buildings getting torn down all around Glasgow' - Biz Miz.
STAFF COMMENTSMatt says: Incendary night club music which bites at the juggular but never scratches its beard. Your mum will hate this.