Landslide - Dreams & Visions (Compound One RMX) by Landslide published on 2011-09-08T23:27:26Z Landslide's 3rd Album 'Peak' gets the remix treatment by a host of new artists carefully picked as ones to watch. Miyagi drops his bollywoodstep influences with cinematic strings and 21st century desibeat. Landslide's 3rd Album 'Peak' gets the remix treatment by a host of new artists carefully picked as ones to watch along with some of the most influential producers around. Miyagi is a Leeds and Mumbai based producer with growing support from Rob da Bank, Bobby Friction and Nihal. He goes straight for the box office smash with his bollystep cinematic strings and 21st century desibeatstep Compound One deliver a minimal but funky dubstep cut as fitting for the duo's background, Member ' Qualified' has deep routes in original garage/2step and funky scenes whilst D&B producer Fracture brings the bass weight attitude. Blacksmif's epic sample clusters and crackled beats have brought him quick attention as he edges the burialstep sound forward but its his rich jazz tinged chords and lushness that are making the likes of Mr Scruff and Gilles Peterson take note. Monky drops a timely juke inspired 140 roller that takes you into monobassline mode , with releases already on Brownswood and Hoya Hoya and a prolific ability to produce transcontinental future wonkstep he is one to watch. Ramadanman is very much leading the way forward in UK based dancefloor beat culture, expert and precision production with a highly developed sense of sonic economics gives the Kate Tempest vocal on 'Parables' the proper backdrop it deserves. Throwin Snow gets to grips with a full vocal mix of dig deeper finding a last remnant of 80's bleak synthology to work around. Now become widely respected for sophisticated 'song' based productions this young producer is more than just dancefloor aesthetics. Jangle is a Cardiff based producer coming into his own, a multi- instrumentalist dripping in musical talent gets to work on a lush reinterpretation of Cold. Trwbador are causing a buzz with their crossover folkhop sound with support from Huw stephens and Giles Peterson. Pocz and Pacheko supply the Tribal Guarachero approach in a infectious romp for an ultimate global twist.