Volume 6 comes courtesy of label owner Coco Bryce himself. Side A features a synthy roller by the name of “Rubber Track”. Leaning heavily on samples lifted from an undisclosed (yet very well known) 80's horror flick, it displays Coco's darker side. No crazy, over the top break beat edits, but serious business nonetheless. The flipside is a whole other story: “D.P.S.” is all about the beats. Choppage galore, heavy subs and ragga chants. This one has “dancefloor tear out” written all over it.
a1. Rubber Track
The 5th Myor Massiv release also marks FFF's 3rd outing for the label. No split this time, but a full 4 track solo ep by the Dutch Amen manipulator extraordinaire. No time for funny business on this one. FFF takes you straight into moody sci-fi territory and heavy yet intricate choppage on “It Began In Man's Mind”, followed by “We Sleep”, on which he takes a slightly less throat-cut approach, slowly building things up to a dark hoover climax. “Would D Think It's Smooth Enough” displays a beautiful mish mash of slick sounding synth stabs, 808 Juke drums and break beats. Dedicated to Dyanko. The ep is finished off in style with “Murder Comet”, which kicks off with a loud and clear clash message to all soundboys out there, followed by a spot of smoothness, only to take a turn for the worse again after about a minute or so, before all mayhem is finally unleashed via a set of mentasm stabs halfway through the tune. No prisoners, no mercy..
a1. It Began In Man's Mind
a2. We Sleep
b1. Would D Think It's Smooth Enough?
b2. Murder Comet