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I've been literally dying to hear some more material from Kryptic Minds since I downloaded a brilliant mix which I found a link to from good old Blackdown's blog. I listened to it twice in a row and got well into it as it really captures a lot of the essence that I like about the darker end of dubstep. This chap Simon Shreeve has been fine tuning his production skills since the early 2000's coming ...

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8/10 Ant Staff review, 24 September 2009
I've been literally dying to hear some more material from Kryptic Minds since I downloaded a brilliant mix which I found a link to from good old Blackdown's blog. I listened to it twice in a row and got well into it as it really captures a lot of the essence that I like about the darker end of dubstep. This chap Simon Shreeve has been fine tuning his production skills since the early 2000's coming from a background in drum and bass. '768' ticks all the right boxes for me, the overall sound is big and heavy and will have me shaking for a while to come. He's sound really does suit this tempo, there is a very slight techy sound to the bass and the drums cut through with Photek style precision on his remix of Pinch and Moving Ninja. I cant wait to hear his album on Loefah's Swamp 81 label. Brett has heard it and drew a comparison with what Headhunter is up to and I reckon that's a good reference point for these tracks. I dig it.

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