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Rage Valley - EP

Knife Party

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Although Knife Party hails from Australia, its take on dubstep parallels the exaggerated production normally associated with European recordings. Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire, formerly of the drum and bass act Pendulum, come out swinging on Rage Valley, Knife Party's aptly titled second EP (and its first for Warner Bros.). If the bass wobbled any lower on the aggressive opening title track, it'd only be audible to dogs and large mammals. But the duo cleverly dodges one-trick-pony novelties by mixing in '80s-toned synths and Italian-flavored disco flourishes before dropping funny Nature Channel samples into the start of “Centipede.” With an earth-shaking low end, this number is the EP’s gem. It sparkles and glows with neon keyboards while dropping a bottom that could rattle the fillings from your teeth if played through high-end German speakers. “Bonfire” gets summery with a buoyant reggae bounce while recalling the group's prior penchant for jungle rhythms. And yes, Knife Party maintains its seismic bass on this one, as well as on the closing “Sleaze,” which grooves on a foreboding melody akin to the Jaws theme.

Customer Reviews

Decent

Rage Valley : "Electro House", they have better tracks if you like electro house. "Destroy them with lazers" and "Internet Friends" both outshine this
Centipede: "Dubstep", not a fan of the genre in general, but definately a good listen. Prob one of their better Dubstep tracks
Bonfire: "Drumstep", awesome
Sleaze: "Moombahton", A remix of "Until they kick us out", sort of boring in my opinion

Overall: 100% No Modern Talking was a much better EP. Bonfire is the most fun song in this EP. Rage Valley and Centipede are both good tracks, but Sleaze was sort of a let down.

RAGE VALLEY <3

well worth the wait :D

Amazing!!

Love it. Been waiting for this one. Worth double the money. Can't wait for the next one.

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Perth, Australia

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

Knife Party is a side project featuring the two founding members of Perth, Australia's long-running drum'n'bass act Pendulum. In late 2011, Gareth McGrillen and Rob Swire debuted their aggressive electro-house/dubstep guise with 100% No Modern Talking, released digitally through the Earstorm label and provided as a free download on the duo's website. They also matched up with Swedish House Mafia for the Virgin-issued "Antidote," billed as Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party. Remixes of tracks by...
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