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Rhythmic Theory breaks out the half time dread vibes for a full-length affair on Bristolian institution Idle Hands, following choice drops for Blackest Ever Black's A14 sub and two killer Ancient Monarchy's. Circulation dons the Blade Runner style sci-fi vibe with six tracks (and an intro) of carefully constructed soundsystem wreckers that flip between raw 'n' ready ghost rider junglist passages, as on Longevity to exorcise the demons' dubwise roll outs - Waldron's Lament and the voodoo Cut Hands styled percussive Interlude. Sub-bass is the common thread running through the veins of Circulation, be it the ghostly grime abandonment of Creeper (possibly a nod musically and in its title to Danny Weed's classic?) or the sunken sci-fi torque of LP closer End (Of Forever). This is the sound of street level urban decay as seen through the eyes of someone with headphones clamped over their ears spilling forth a mixture of classic Metalheadz and the deeper end of Chain Reaction, and stands as further admittance that in Bristol, bass is maternal.