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Album Review

Given the number of debut LPs padded out with previous singles, it's a pleasant surprise that each track on Dom & Roland's first full-length is new — though CD-only buyers may be a bit put-off that none of the previous 12"-only burners are present. The sound is pure tech-step, complete with all the menacing undertone and off-kilter effects hitting off the beat that fans would expect (plus a few above-average breakbeats). Two of the most interesting tracks, "Timeframe" and "Anaesthetic," feature Optical co-productions, though the highlight "Elektra" is pure solo Dom.


Genre: Jungle/Drum'n'bass

Misleadingly plural, Dom & Roland is actually the one-man attack of Dominic Angus, whose slim but steady stream of EPs released through noted drum'n'bass imprints Moving Shadow, Suburban Base, and Doc Scott's 31 Records have represented the harder, darker, more experimental edge of dancefloor-oriented hardstep. Signed by Moving Shadow to a non-exclusive contract in early 1996, Dom's initial singles deviated sharply from the brighter, more melodic thrust of much of the label's back catalog. But Angus'...
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