If you are like me, when you hear the name Invaderz, your first thought is amen business. That is followed up with deepness. A deepness that is not necessarily dark, heavy, or brooding. Just a deepness that is rooted in something a bit more than what’s on the surface. It’s a feeling, a mood. The balance they achieve between up front rugged breakbeats that roll out that are paired with a soulful vocal, a lush pad or fx. Sometimes it’s a touch of keys. No matter what Invaderz tune you listen to, there is always something a bit more lingering just below the surface. You can look at their track “Be Around” on the C.I.A. Records “20” LP, or any track on their “New Found Dialect” LP on Commercial Suicide, or their latest release “Pavements” on Innerground Records and you will see exactly what I mean. “Pavements” is another solid bit of music that is firmly an up front amen work out, but features ethereal keys and pads layered on top with echoed vocal snips giving the sounds and breaks a bit of breathing room. DJ Marky and I think its pretty solid, and we hope you do too!