Hellfish & Producer ‎– Constant Mutation



The DJ Producer Kicks In Unparalleled 3:58
Hellfish & Producer No More Rock'n'Roll (Koala Fish Mutant Bird Mix) 4:01
Hellfish & Producer The Way Of The Homeboy Pt. 2 (The Winter Of Discontent) 6:59
The DJ Producer The Teknologikal Revolutionary 4:11
Hellfish Compression Warrior 4:34
Hellfish Ultimate Damage '98 2:34
Technological Terror Crew The Uridium Project 4:43
Hellfish Deck Fuel (Adventures For The Sonically Deprivated) 3:34
Hellfish First Wave 4:46
Hellfish Turntable Savage 4:11
Hellfish Head Grit 5:48
Hellfish, Producer* & Skeeta Spitting Blood 4:05

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October 12, 2015
referencing Constant Mutation, CD, Album, ZIQ023CD

If you've ever wondered what happened to hardcore, well, Hellfish and Producer, with CONSTANT MUTATION, would like to tell you that it never left, as thick layers of noise and hiss smother "Kicks In Unparalleled" before the beats slam in. The rhythms roll a little more with "No More Rock'n'Roll" and go full on kung-fu hip-hop with "The Way Of The Homeboy Pt. 2." Meanwhile, "Ultimate Damage '98" never lets up, except to throw in a sample here and there, while "Deck Fuel (Adventures For The Sonically Deprivated)" just decides the thunder its way through. Unfortunately, over the course of an album, particularly one that segues from one track to the next, none of the tracks ever develops its own personality amongst the beats. The metallic screams of 'First Wave" or the disappearing funk of "Spitting Blood" try their hardest, but after a while, the noise is just noise, so make your hands into the horns and headbang along.


November 24, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Constant Mutation, CD, Album, ZIQ023CD
"Constant Mutation" collects 12 of H&P's previous releases on Deathchant, Psychik Genocide and Rebelscum to create a fiery molotov cocktail of an album. Their superb mesh of hip hop and hardcore would convince even the most bitter critic that hardcore is still alive and kicking, and provides your speakers with some of the heaviest workouts you can possibly get within electronic music. Highlights: "Turntable Savage", which sees Hellfish taking his new Vestax mixer for a rather heavy testrun, and "The Teknological Revolutionary", where Producer goes all out in order to pound your eardrums into submission.

And yes, Hellfish & Producer are both from the UK (Essex and Bristol respectively).


July 13, 2003
referencing Constant Mutation, CD, Album, ZIQ023CD

As MrOizo in his time, Hellfish & Producer bring some french stuff to the international electronical music scene. This albums features very heavy dark beats scratched over with overheated hiphop samples giving a dark ambiance to this evoluated new sound loosing the original Hellfish typical hardcore sound for some fresh well mixed stuff.


October 26, 2002
referencing Constant Mutation, CD, Album, ZIQ023CD
Excellent release to put into your collection, and if you think you don't like hardcore because you think its all noize and no structure you will start liking it after hearing Constant Mutation. Lots of hip-hop samples with the biggest drums you've ever heard not to mention all the mad scratching.

No more rock and roll!