Caspa (3) ‎– Ave It: Volume 1

Sub Soldiers ‎– SUB SOL 001
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Big Headed Slags
B Tribal Basher
C Custard Chucker
Written By – Caspa And RuskoWritten-By, Producer, Engineer – Rusko
D Velvet Rooms

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All tracks written, produced and engineered @ Nelson Mandela House, London UK.

Shout outs to all the Sub Soldiers, Dub Police and Storming artists. Big up
all the West London connection and especially the Popes Lane Peng Crew!

Special thanks to all the soldiers supporting and pushing the scene/sound
and buying the vinyl not downloading illegal shitty minge pussy 3's - please
stop it you divs!

Made in the E.U.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BIG UP DELBOY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BIG UP RODNEY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BIG UP UNCLE ALBERT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BIG UP TRIGGER

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUB SOL 001 Caspa (3) Ave It: Volume 1(2x12", W/Lbl) Sub Soldiers SUB SOL 001 UK 2007 Sell This Version


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April 25, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Big Headed Slags: This song fits perfectly with the EP cover. The atmosphere it creates is just dark and intense. Both drops have their charm. The first one with that reese is pretty atmospheric. It remembers me to Loefah - Rufage. The second one is skanky af but it doesn't lose the vibe.

Tribal Basher: This one is probably the bassiest one of the EP. The heavy amount of sub bass combined with the drums fix perfectly.

Custard Chucker: This is in my opinion the best Caspa and Rusko collab along with Rock Bottom. This song is perfect to be played in a party and skank to it. But it also its great to be played on long car travels.

Velvet Rooms: This one is defo my personal favorite one on this EP and in the whole Dubstep scene. This one is very experimental but its also vibey af. The sample from Studio Pressure - Touching Down combinated with the reeses and 2-Step garage beats makes it perfect to play it at night and chill out. It also remembers me to the 1998-2003 Dubstep scene and I think its called "Velvet Rooms" because of FWD club.

Conclusion: This EP is SIK AF and probably one of the best releases in the whole Dubstep scene.


December 15, 2014

to me this is golden era dubstep that excelled in the form use of space, pace and bass- especially big head slags. custard chucker is a great wobbler, both these tracks got airplay on rinse fm, various pirate stations and parties. solid ep from start to finish on all four tracks, really one of the last of his before a deviation in the sound.


August 5, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Perhaps the most iconic sleeve artwork of the early Dubstep era.

The intense atmosphere, combined with post-apocalyptic imagery, is heightened by the immediate impact of being assaulted with the sound which lurks within.

The music contained within delivers on that threat, and is a million miles away from what Dubstep would become in the years that followed. Just listen to Big Headed Slags to really understand what Dubstep was really about before it became yet another commodity.

Check yer bass bins, I'm tellin' ya.