Something fresh, something current, something something Sound Solution. Earlier this year a compilation album featuring the best in Sound Solution releases from the previous years brought forth a twenty track album with tunes from Chris Vader, Jack The Ripper, Phantom Warrior and others. From Licid’s hot single Bass Signal to R3dX’s two track extended play earlier this summer, needless to say we have been with Gully Beats and Sound Solution since the beginning, and every step since. As the label progresses its way to its one-hundredth release Captive tops the catalog off at ninety-five with Demolition Unit and Morph.
I highly rate the album art for this release as I feel that it portrays what Captive is trying to capture in sound. Demolition Unit something wonky and large. The ideal candidate for the dance floor switch “Demolition Unit” is a stationary bit that picks up momentum as the time line rolls along. A ‘really in your face‘ aggressive Drum And Bass tune is a tune titled Morph. Laser snares and kicks you can feel in the core of your chest. Absolutely massive bass line sweeps, electrical tears, computer malfunctions, scanner sweeps, bleeps and bloops. No you did not just get high score in Galaga but you did potentially complete this months rekordbox playlist with this fire release from Sound Solution Digital if you act right now.