incl. Rich Nxt RemixOff the back of an impressive 2014, Disc Over Music kicked off 2015 with an EP from their label boss Tim Green, ‘We Thought’. A four track EP featuring two TG originals and two remixes, one from the highly talented Borrowed Identity and a digital bonus remix courtesy of London born producerReber.Reber now returns to Disc Over Music for his first ever release, and becomes a solid member to the label family with his highly anticipated ‘Half An Hour’ EP. Two original tracks are married perfectly with two remixes, both from another London based artist, Rich NxT from the Fuse london crew, with one remix as a digital bonus. This is an EP which fits the ever growing reputation of Disc Over Music, showing once again Tim Green’s ear for raw and memorable production talent - somethingReber has in abundance.The EP kicks of with ‘Mr. Dee’, a track which sets the scene for the whole EP perfectly. A coolgroove and confident, resonating bassline immediately encourages us, soon allying with pulsatingwaves and echoing, comforting vocals. As all the aspects of the track come together, the vocals become more prominent and take control for the main drop down, until the bassline again shows us its power, a pattern which occurs several times throughout the amazing 7 minute journey. ‘Eixam’continues the trend, a wrestle between bassline, percussive pads, Hi-Hats and at first, chilling laughs, followed later by much deeper and more engulfing vocals. The EP is immediately quickened as we witness ‘Rich NxT Rendition No. 1’ of the original ‘Mr. Dee’. Vocals are chopped, becoming more a supporting act as the bassline rolls along, seeming to gather pace throughout. That speed is kept throughout the digital bonus remix, ‘Rich NxT Rendition No. 3’, again of ‘Mr Dee’. Atrack and rework which keeps our interest and enjoyment in this intriguing EP for 6 minutes more.The ever growing reputation of Disc Over Music has been one to enjoy, this EP is no different. Reber returns to show his full potential whilst Rich NxT shows that with creativity and talent, change is good. Alongside Tim’s solo career, Disc Over Music, it’s artists and releases have emerged as shinning lights from London’s dark underground scene. Press play and enjoy for the best part of ‘Half An Hour’.