Craig Richards and Lee Burridge have delivered a slice of the floor rocking, head nodding, soul shaking sound that is Tyrant. Both CDs showcase their early sets - the groove that builds and shakes for hours, but never drops its pace or loses momentum. Utilizing cracking breakbeats, classy deep house and anything with a wicked groove - they have impeccably mixed the quality sound of now. From the awsome 'Los Diablos Locos' to the rolling beats of Layo and Bushwacka's 'Deep South' - If you like your music to sit easily on the shelf marked 'Timeless', then this is for you. Quite simply one of the best mix Cds I own!
what a cd. late night and early morning techno-electro house grooves that stay deep, dirty and dubby rather than building to an explosive crescendo as does so much modern dance music at the moment. tyrant sees craig and lee going back to back for a two cd set so its not like one cd is craig and the other lee. they bounce off each other like nobodys business and i think its one track each alternately. when i first heard it it was the morning after the notting hill carnival where i was fortunate enough to not only see them play live at the boneapart but also meet them as well. i couldnt believe how well the tyrant cd captured that experience. for me both guys are top of their game at the moment and with his fabric residency craig looks set to storm upwards in future dj polls as is lee. cd 1 is my favourite and really swung my attention to how classy some breakbeat sounds at the mo. i dont know what its called but if the opening track doesnt have u listening to the cd at least three times over then you are obviously deaf.