Dom* & Rymetyme* ‎– Iceberg / We-Gee

Moving Shadow ‎– SHADOW 142
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


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April 13, 2011

I remember seeing the cover of this track and I saw it was Dom and I knew I had to buy it. I didn't even listen to it until I got home. Then, I heard the intro of "Iceberg" with the droned vocal sample and I knew that this was my favorite DnB track of all time. Once the 16th note percussion comes in and they drop the sub-bass it is so dark. I'm sure that is why a pentagram is on the cover. I would have to say that in my run of DJ'ing, I probably mixed that song 40 times. And, I'm being conservative with that figure. The grooves are so worn out on the vinyl. I hope everyone will get to enjoy this track at some point. It is the darkest neuro, or neuro-darkstep or however you want to sub-genre it. Someone please remix this track, a technoid or techno-dnb mix of this would kill. (TriaMer? Zardonic? eh? Peter Kurten?) bootleg remixes 4 lyfe!


August 16, 2003

This one is dark without being in your face about it. I like that. Despite appearances I'm a big fan of subtlety. Anyhow, give this one some time and it delivers in spades with a real sense of lurking evil. Dark drum'n'bass that doesn't get greedy and overwhelm a mix. Don't get me wrong, it's heavy in all the right places, but it's polite enough to leave room for someone to sit down on the bus. Also scores high marks for having a rhythm that strays from the two beat mantra that techstep was pushing like a lawnmower.