What Boomkat said:
Ballistic ragga techno bashers from Sasquatch for the determined Senseless Records. Senseless records just don't let up with the mean attitude, as forged by crew members Jack Sparrow, Sarantis and Sasquatch, who probably holds the title of the meanest of the lot. 'Hangman' is just brutal, a dubstep riddim built with syncopated techno kicks and darkside ragga attitude desgned for nasty dances, and 'Slayer' on the other side, a halfstep warrior track built for big dancefloor impact.
What we said:
Senseless 008 for the 2008 with the return of label co-runner Sasquatch. The big man has a long history deep rooted in the soundsystem and free party culture round the UK and beyond including time spent as a hard-tech producer, a dub MC and part of a UK hip hop crew. All these elements and more fuse in his tracks adding another distinctive sound to the Senseless arsenal. Track one, Slayer, has been on dubplate for over a year, in that time it has won a not inconsiderable army of fans including a lot of airtime on Rinse and SubFM and at big raves like Subdub, DMZ and FWD. Big hitters playing this one include Chef and Oris J, who likes it so much he has offered to remix it, watch out for that in a few months. The track wires a menacing heavy rock riff to some razor sharp arpeggio madness on the bassline to create a dancefloor destroyer that will still be looping round the heads of any crowd well after the night is done. The flip, Hangman, has already had the Mary Ann Hobbes seal of approval and plays on the Breezebock, other fans include Warlock who has included it in all his latest mixes and radio shows. The track picks up where DeVille's Stamina left off on Senseless 007, a 4x4 soca style beat with a jump up offbeat bass, add original dancehall vocals from Asher Don and you have yourself a future carnival classic. People will lose control of their limbs when this drops.