Digital Mystikz ‎– Education / Horrid Henry

DMZ ‎– dmz 021
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Education 6:18
AA Horrid Henry 4:31

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Mastered at Transition
Copyright 2010

Side A: 140 BPM / Side AA: 142 BPM
Track durations and BPM are not present on the record.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DMZ 021 A | 87829 1A | TRANSITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): DMZ 021 AA | 87829 1B | TRANSITION


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June 18, 2018

A great dubstep take on an excellent piece of music by Klaus Weiss- Time Signals..


October 6, 2016
cannot get enough of this one. love checking it on different rigs. the bass is magic.
heard this was made on Reason, anyone know if that true?


January 22, 2016
It's just mind boggling how they were able to make these tunes... I don't think the scene has even caught up to the level yet.


August 29, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Had to come back five years later ..............This is absolute DMZ heat


December 14, 2014
OK, regardless of which you listen to, you're going to experience thrilling weight!

Education is techno-like (guess we could call it something like mix between dub techno and future garage), but absolutely crafted for soundsytem. Pulsing rhythm and a beautiful, joyful and eerie synth.

Horrid Henry... mad tunage! Such a skanker, but still very much dubstep.

This is probably one of the best releases on DMZ, hands down. both of the Mystikz are brilliant artists. They provide amazing work, yet it can also be felt they had fun making it!


December 3, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
I bought this track for Education (because it's hands down my favourite dubstep tune ever), not so much for Horrid Henry, but after a few times of playing the AA-side, I found myself really liking the tune. There's just something about it that makes it so the intro of the track is already telling you shit's gonna go down real hard, like he's having a laugh with how clueless people will be who never heard it before. But when it drops it always takes a little while for me to process what I'm really hearing. Same thing with Goblin, you hear such an aggressive sound consisting of so many layers that you're first thought is that its a kind of unpleasant sound, but when I keep listening I find the structure of the track something very complex, because Coki plays with these rough sounds but they still sound raw and oldschool.


September 27, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
education is a killer riddum! The simple yet evolving lead reminds me of something out Blade Runner. Mala is the don!



July 5, 2013

education is the one. mala the wizard


June 10, 2013
Re-Press is on the way, released Monday 17.06.2013!! Don't be paying silly money....


June 9, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Im clearly biased here, as i have only heard both tracks as digitals on my ipod, and only heard 'Horrid Henry' live. Mala played it at Cielo in NY last year. It TORE the dance. Completely annihilated the club. 'Horrid Henry' is just on another level, it's a tear-out track, high frequencies, almost like some Brostep stuff, however it's done with such class, such rawness, the POWER of it, just the best man, pure genius on Coki's part, and just like Coki's label, don't get it twisted (pun intended), this track has LOTS of sub bass, thundering subs. 'Education' on the other hand, it's so plain, the synth line is boring, there's no real vibe on it. Not the best Mala track in my opinion.