The third instalment of the incendiary Weapons of Mass Creation series came back with a bang. Just when you thought it was safe to fileshare another MP3, we're took our guerrilla war back to the streets with two sides of upfront wax to get your turntable motoring.
First up, the legendary Blame alongside production partner The Pedge with “Avalon” - a rabble rousing anthem of a tune. Perfect for getting the attention of the troops on the dancefloor and kicking off that peaktime set, as the likes of High Contrast and London Elektricity will testify.
Switch up the selection for some fresh blood - Apex comes correct on his Hospital debut with the incredible vocal talents of Ayah - a name that fast became known amongst lovers of vocal D+B magic. Known for his somewhat more brutal productions under the “Unknown Error” moniker, Rob Dickeson shows a more human side and deliverers “Space Between”. This Andy C favourite has to be one of the most beautiful mechanical soul anthems this side of the 21st century.