â€śB.Riddim shows a deft touch on all cuts. His appreciation of and understanding of Dub and its modern idioms is totally convincing over the whole epâ€ť. B. Riddim is Luis Manuel Fidalgo Fernandes Sequeira, a 24 yr old Portuguese living in London. The sounds on this ep encompass Dubstep, Dub Reggae, Grime, Rave and Electronica. (In) Theory, the title track is post-Dubstep electronica, heavy on the Dub, the 2 Step, and the electronica, with a light 4/4 pulse underpinning the heavy bass. Higher up in the sonosphere above the bass and nicely restrained drums, precisely manipulated samples tweak the neurons to spin out the listener. Dance Dub has a dancehall groove with one of the best kick/snare combinations weâ€™re heard for a while, overlaid with swirling samples that conjure images of fairground rides on acid. 6300 Bars has a similar feel, but without the acid-peaking out of control abandon of Dance Dub. The sound is tighter and darker but still with echoes of early rave euphoria. Elevation Dub is the most overtly Dub cut on this ep with very nice bass and drums showing B.Riddim to have a good feel of where Grime and Dub converge. Weâ€™re still in the fairground, but the acid is under control and weâ€™re grinning madly as the music takes control.