Label: CYN MusicScore: 7.5/10
One of the freshest talent’s currently making music in the scene and carving a name for himself in the process, Dimension brings the follow up to his ridiculously massive last single Synth City with more dance floor directed pressure on All I Need.
With the help of Bailey Tzuke on vocals, All I Need is a real hands in the air anthem like slice of D&B. A synth heavy yet melodic lead chord line latches like an ear worm, it’s catchy as hell and one you’ll find yourself humming after a few listens as the vocals soar high over the punchy bass line. Dimension knows how to create club ready bangers and in that regard, All I Need ticks all those boxes with aplomb. Though make sure you check out the Karma remix who flips it a complete 180 degrees into a warm and acoustic workout. Utilsing the vocals to great effect, tempering the main melody and stripping it back just a little bit it’s a great rework which, to me, just slightly outshines its original. On the other hand Basilica is a darker accompaniment, grinding gritty bass and tear out drum patterns whirr around your ears though there’s still that skill for a riff Dimension clearly has evident even on this more sinister cut.
A bright future in drum & bass lies ahead for this young man and he’s appear to have found a perfect outlet on the label of Cyantific. A tidy collection of beats all around, but you could do worse than peep the Karma remix of All I Need as it’s sheer vibes.