Bulletdodge Records welcome Steve Kyri to the label with his single, Spit Roast.The track thunders out of the starting blocks with a wall of pounding hypnotic bass and radio frequency chatter that immediately sets an aggressively dark tone. In a manner fitting of a man with Steve's DJ background, subtle layers of percussion and FX provide contrast to the relentless sub-sonic tsunami, building slowly and then dropping to a breakdown. When the main groove re-enters and we are once more left riding solid low frequency waves, it's obvious that this track was intended for the darkest basements of underground clubs playing the deepest grooves. Next up we have a superb rework from De Hessejung whereby he continues in the same vein of the original, with a bass heavy groove and technoid percussion remain the order of the day but some interesting new elements are thrown into the mix. Huge swooping drones engage in reverb soaked dive-bombs, industrial synth sounds are tweaked and twisted, all orchestrated in a manner that will please both DJ and clubber alike. Last up on remix duties is Lui Urbano who contributes by providing an idiomatic interpretation, yet retains much of the originals energy and manages to add a healthy portion of detroit minimalism and dark flavour into the bargain. Lui's remix uses thundering sub bass, swinging percussion and a razor sharp hat to drive a subtly marching, hypnotic groove that will tear any dancefloor apart....