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Following a huge year of worldwide deejay bookings and massive releases, North Base and No Concept are back on Technique, collaborating with each other for the first time. Drawing for the viciously dextrous lyrical talents of SMK, "No Man's Land" takes us deep into the darkside. From those horror-flick strings, to the intensifying percussion, onto the warning-signal drop-out, with Mr Dirty Smirks' vocals writhing and fluctuating over the top, the intro cranks our anticipation to maximum. Then we're dropped onto a planet of bassline science. Long, extended tentacles of gritty mid-range bass are juxtaposed with chest-caving sub and twisted flecks of modulation. The movement in the drums is going to have people categorising this under roller, but when the soon-to-be-iconic bassline pitch-bend reintroduces the strings and vocals the tune takes on an entirely individual character. Reminiscent of a classic darkside style, but uncompromisingly contemporary, this might just be the sound this year was looking for. You can hear the unique voices of both North Base and No Concept in this tune, and the combination is something special. Hopefully this isn't the last we'll hear from this supergroup team-up.

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