the next instalment of the series "And They Say There's No Such Thing As the Hardcore Continuum!"
instalment # 4
from Dan Hancox's piece on "sodcasting" in the Guardian
"Dexplicit moved on from making grime hits in the early part of the noughties to the more melodically-inclined bassline, a northern English twist on UK garage that still dominates clubs in cities such as Sheffield and Leeds. Like many British dance producers, he is grounded in a bass-orientated music culture born of the Jamaican influence on UK dance music; a bass culture that underscores dubstep, grime, and its current descendants."