Dillinja ‎– Deadly Deep Subs / Calculus Beats

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Deadly Vinyl ‎– D3
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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This Side
A Deadly Deep Subs
That Side
B Calculus Beats

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Mixed at Deadly Vinyl Studios.
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discodjcom

discodjcom

November 9, 2018
It needs scientific measuring if these 'subsonic' beats have a lower frequency than 'LFO: LFO' but it doesn't matter, because both tracks will never fit together in a mix (D&B and Techno). Deadly deep subs stands for itself as one of my top D&B tunes.
Silver_Blade

Silver_Blade

October 26, 2011
Simply amazing. Probably the heaviest bass on of any tune I've heard, but there's so much to it than that. In my top 3 tunes of all time.
jasonjohnson

jasonjohnson

November 29, 2008
Perfection. Lush pads, an incredibly manipulated break (such a unique use of the 'think' break) eerie synth and vocal samples from Reeses 'Just want another chance' and of course, deadly deep sub bass. Along with 'silver blade' this is one of those Dillinja tunes I can listen to every day and never tire of. The intricacy and attention to detail in tunes like this is what sets Dillinjas' work apart from that of most other producers. Top notch.
Absent

Absent

April 22, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
You could forgive somebody for thinking this was an official remix of Reese's 'Just Another Chance'; The bassline, eerie string, vocal and synth riff samples are all used to great effect and appear hardly modulated at all, simply edited to create a different vibe. One of the better examples of what Dillinja was doing before he discovered valves, and if I recall, this is the track which made me sit up and take notice of a very talented man.