A 2 track jungle/drum 'n' bass single (9m 1s) — released March 1st 2010 on Pollution Recordings
CABBIE has been a busy man recently. Not content with just starting his own label he's also been popping up on some of the biggest labels going and teaming up with some big producers in the scene. Recent excursions with Vegas (Bad Company UK) on Bad Taste, and Crystal Clear on DJ Hypes Frontline have shown that Cabbie can turn his hand to many different styles. On the second release on his own Pollution imprint he switches things up and presents a refreshing take on the dancefloor with two contrasting cuts. 'Cyclons' is a much deeper roller track than people might expect from Cabbie, think more Virus / Cause4Concern as opposed to the jump up sound that he has become renound for. This switch in styles doesn't means this is any less of a party track though, with tough rolling drums a mutating twisting bassline this demonstrates Cabbies versatility and will get heads nodding and feet skanking! 'Dropped In It' sees Cabbie get experimental on the dancefloor with a hypnotic rave lead being pushed by a punishing sub-bassline. The all encompassing bass fills out the track as the tight beats keep the track moving. DJ support for Cabbie includes Grooverider (BBC Radio 1), DJ Hype (Kiss100), Simon Bassline Smith, Bryan Gee, Nicky Blackmarket and many more.
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