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New Blood 011

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Headphone Commute Review

Last year, Headphone Commute lauded Med School's New Blood compilation showcasing the new sound of liquid drum'n'bass from around the world. It seems that there's plenty to add to this series, and the tracks reach out to a new height. New Blood 011, subtitled as a "bass filled tonic for mind and body" puts the left-field offshoot of Hospital Records back on the charts and our playlists. More fresh faces sprinkle the twelve-track play-list, cutting into the deep and low grooves with a scalpel precision of the med school's graduates - "it's a whole new blood group, fresh from dialysis". Ranging from bass driven fluid breaks, to broken half-time beats, to complex rhythms of a new millennia, and dubstep inspired rumbling monsters, each track on the compilation demonstrates the artist's ability to build up on a well known formula, and then tip its accepted stability off balance by introducing a heavy weight of their own. Once again, the continental span of Eastern Europe (Russia in particular) seems to shine with bright rays of music through its dark clouds of history. Perhaps suffering and misery culminate into something beautiful after all... Whatever the reason is behind this newly developed parasitic deconstruction, we welcome its evolution with an open ear. It is truly unique and incredibly beautiful, like an ugly doll in the hands of a sleeping child. Setting the bar pretty high with the 010's installment, Med Schools satisfies our expectations and returns with a slamming followup. What Warp did to electronica with the Artificial Intelligence in the early nineties, Med School is doing to d'n'b with the New Blood today. Well done, boys.

I Love It!

This shurely is pretty goddamn good piece of music. There's lots of bass, but still the sound is quite melodic. Great compilation!

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