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Well I wanted one so I just had to be the man to review it! It's a lovely slab o' wax on Tectonic by Peverelist, an odd name indeed. This shady mate of Shackleton is from Bristol and all I can say is 'Junktion' from his Tectonic debut is sweet as a nut hypnotic dub techno with real soul. A retro space effect sample is delayed & echoed throughout whilst the pacey, itchy stepping beat takes you ...

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Infinity Is Now/ Junktion by Peverelist
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 20 March 2008
Well I wanted one so I just had to be the man to review it! It's a lovely slab o' wax on Tectonic by Peverelist, an odd name indeed. This shady mate of Shackleton is from Bristol and all I can say is 'Junktion' from his Tectonic debut is sweet as a nut hypnotic dub techno with real soul. A retro space effect sample is delayed & echoed throughout whilst the pacey, itchy stepping beat takes you on a beautiful ride before a woomphing bass line kicks in & joins the journey. It's like the souls of two astral travellers, one meek, one noisy, are gliding hyper speed in a space buggy through a breathtaking jungle of electroid dub. Or something. This is a smart ass tune & you'll know it when you hear it. The flip is worth a note too. 'infinity is Now' sounds like another fresh slice of absorbing future dubstep. This has more stargazing synths, proper Model 500 shit, with a brooding, bassbin worrying bassline & the beautiful feel of graceful ambient techno, really spiritual, dubby 5AM gear, like a classic 'Snivilisation' era Orbital tune brought bang up to date for the Dubstep massive. A huge green field at dawn in the gaze of a slowly blossoming sunrise is what i'm thinking, with my eyes closed. Then i wake up & realise it's still Winter, but only just. Two sides on the best tectonic plate yet. 12" y'all.

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