Put everything else on hold–Bristol’s boom technicians Dodge & Fuski are back with the Stop What You’re Doing EP.
As the first release since their Culprate collab, Vice, featuring that HAF Ice Cube sample, the duo shows off their tight grasp on the glitch with the four-item release featuring two beastly 100-BPM productions, a swerving hip hop banger, and a remix of the title track from The McMash Clan.
Stop What You’re Doing features JFB, the UK’s DMC Champion of 2007, resulting in an unapologetically filthy cut blending the snarls and stomps of D & F production with classic scratch work from one of the best in the game. The Clap sounds like something to avoid, but trust us–this is one you’ll want to contract. Track two struts along on warm, playful synth melodies contrasted with bass work that growls with signature Dodge & Fuski ferocity for a satisfying sweet-and-sour concoction. Switching things up in the third track, Bringing Wobble Back features Las Vegas bass outfit Splitbreed for a dubstep-flavored hip hop number made creepy with foreboding bell tolls and ghostly howls. The McMash Clan lends its skills to a scathing, 128-BPM overhaul of Stop What You’re Doing for track four in an altogether diverse and powerful release from the Disciple Recordings bass prophets.
Stop What You’re Doing, and pick it up here.