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Clash Magazine Review

Moving the goalposts, thinking outside the box: clichés that do little to explain anything. Reliance on clichés can also lead to dull, flat, uninspiring and unoriginal thinking, especially when it comes to music. That’s something Tipper is all too aware of. Upheld as a breaks pioneer, people are still lifting and imitating his earlier work while the scene itself has the cancerous disease of formulaic repetition infiltrating certain sections of it. Once there are rules that people perpetuate and adhere to, creativity goes out the window. Whether it’s the fat bass squelches of ‘Tiny Face’ that introduce the album, the bubbling submarine plink of ‘Hobbledehoy’, the pulsating growl of ‘Off Kilter’, or the brass blasts of ‘Veil Lifter’, Tipper continues to travel on his own trajectory. If this all sounds overly serious, it’s not. ‘Wobble Factor’ also has a lightness that dispels that cloud of overly serious chin-stroking pretension that blights other ‘challenging’ electronic albums. So you may not have the usual reference points to hook your ears into, but that just serves to make you more alert to what you’re hearing. Away from the clichés there are no boundaries and with Tipper’s mastery of surround sound, ‘Wobble Factor’ is an immersive, varied album of bass, bleeps and beats to satisfy both your mind and your ears, and make your feet twitch in time. Ian Roullier / Clash Magazine UK

I think the Stay Puft monster got a keyboard.

On the verge of trying too hard to be diffrent. It's like the entire album is a theme song for the Stay Puft man. It is diffrent though, i'll give them that.


Tippers production quality is top of the line on this one. Not the most melodic of albums, but that's not what he was trying for on this one. If you are looking for that, try his previous material. "Wobble" is perfectly subdued and incredibly tight on the production tip. -


Born: Wimbledon, London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Tipper is the professional moniker for Dave Tipper, a British electronic artist/DJ/producer associated with styles including nu breaks, glitch hop, and downtempo. Originally part of the late-'90s drum'n'bass subgenre nu breaks, Tipper became entranced by the scene at age 16, when his older brother turned him on to the whole rave culture. Eventually growing bored with the fast tempos and repetitiveness of drum'n'bass, Tipper began to experiment with tempos -- leading to his debut album, The Critical...
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