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Mr. Mitch's role in overseeing the rise of instrumental grime-centric club night 'Boxed' has coincided with producing some of the best music of his career to date, none more so than extraordinary new EP 'The Room Where I Belong'. Mr. Mitch's new transmission marks the labels first venture since Moony's 'Seven' EP back in 2012 and goes a long way to establishing just how far grime's sonic aesthetic has blossomed in that time. Long renowned for experimenting with tempos, melody and colourful hip-hop glitches, Mitch explores his repertoire fully here across four tracks, with each deploying resoundingly different stylistic nuances. Opener 'The Man Waits' blends steely atmospherics and muffled melody lines with broken beats and off-kilter chills, whilst 'Pipe Dreams' channels similar energy with soaring, contorted synths and smooth, rolling bass lines. The remarkable, down-tempo 'The Lion, The Bitch and The Bordeaux' works more off-kilter goodness but this time with bags of reverb and echoed vocal shrills, whilst final track 'Bowser's Snout' offers up a slice of heavyweight grime fare, with shattering basslines, charging synths and gun-cocking soundbites galore adding a surefire dose of club pressure. Setting his stall out for 2014 with real maturity, this is a stunning collection of grime-inspired instrumentals that suggest Mr. Mitch truly has found the room where he belongs.

Mr. Mitch's new transmission marks the labels first venture since Moony's 'Seven' EP back in 2012 and goes a long way to establishing just how far grime's sonic aesthetic has blossomed in that time. Long renowned for experimenting with tempos, melody and colourful hip-hop glitches, Mitch explores his repertoire fully here across four tracks, with each deploying resoundingly different stylistic nuances. Setting his stall out for 2014 with real maturity, this is a stunning collection of grime-inspired instrumentals that suggest Mr Mitch truly has found the room where he belongs.
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