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1 review »T-Woc is a Dubliner in thrall to the various contemporary possibilities of Dub, Roots Reggae & Dubstep. 'Dogman' is the A side of this skanking 12" stomper, subtitled 'Delayed Responses' and I've got to admit he splices it all up really, really well, keeping it organic & rootsy whilst effortlessly applying a widescreen technical sheen to this brooding headmassager of a tune. If you di ... »

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Delayed Responses Vol 1 by T-Woc
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8/10 Brian Staff review, 17 July 2009
T-Woc is a Dubliner in thrall to the various contemporary possibilities of Dub, Roots Reggae & Dubstep. 'Dogman' is the A side of this skanking 12" stomper, subtitled 'Delayed Responses' and I've got to admit he splices it all up really, really well, keeping it organic & rootsy whilst effortlessly applying a widescreen technical sheen to this brooding headmassager of a tune. If you dig the Jahtari & Mungo's hi-fi stuff, this wobbling mercurial stepper will surely satisfy! Two cuts on the flip, the first being more in keeping with the atmospheric end of dubstep, not too techy, a nice melancholy keyboard refrain gives it character & the scene's main unique tag code, the wibble-wobble as used as a weapon by Skream & DMZ is merely a smattering of cheekiness here (I like it when a good dubstep tune is memorable for its melody & emotive aspects rather than one great big fat stupid numpty bassline) His programming is pretty mint, up there with the biggest names and he layers his tunes beautifully with top drawer synth action & well chosen samples to keep you hooked till the very end. The last track 'Maghreb' reminds me a lot of Dusk & Blackdown's minimal ethnic grime with a beautiful violin sample snaking around a heavily atmospheric rhythm track which just keeps evolving in a rather fascinating way with some unique percussion stylings and eerie programming. Totally the icing on the cake for me, I'm a-taking this baby home! Excellent EP thru The Alphabet Set.

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