In an occasional column, Observer reporter TOM LAWRENCE explores the latest offerings from the world of popular music
IF you are an avid clubber who loves nothing more than to submerge yourself in a cauldron of bassline anthems then Pure Garage's latest offering Pure Bassline is the CD for you.
The three-disc album is a fusion of the greatest floor-fillers throughout the UK's garage, grime and dance scene and is guaranteed to get your blood pumping.
It features mesmerising remixes of massive chart hits such as Taio Cruz's Come On Girl, T2's Heartbroken, Wiley's Wearing My Rolex and Estelle's number one anthem American Boy.
Listeners are also treated a selection of darker tracks doing the rounds on the underground circuit and there is something for the old school raver with bassline takes on DJ Luck and MC Neat's ground-breaking track A Little Bit of Luck and Sneaker Pimp's Spin Spin Sugar.
This is a must-have for any DJ EZ fan and is an example of live mixing at its very best.
As always the garage veteran DJ EZ chops and cuts his way through the 60 tunes with his trademark turntable style and delivers some of the most memorable cross-overs in the pure Garage Collection.
The bassline on this album is so deep you can hear it in Jamaica - a great addition to any clubbers' music collection.