"UK funky is the sound of 2009; a new take on house music drawing its sword from UK garage, grime and other London bass music cultures, with a healthy nod to Afro Caribbean rhythms and house institutions like Strictly Rhythm, M.A.W. and DJ Gregory. The unlikely sum of these parts is what makes UK funky a fresh and exciting sound pulling in several new directions, with a main aim of drawing bodies to the dancefloor. With Wireblock #10 we embrace our love for this sound with two new tracks from Emvee, whose 'Glitch Dub' track has been making big waves in the scene over the last few months. It's a dark and rumbling, grime infused cut with a mean bottom end already being played by Martyn, Oneman and Sinden. That's backed by 'Nocturnal' which is no less heavy, but more in the trend of plonk-heavy percussive UKF tracks like Crazy Cousinz' 'Inflation' and Afefe Iku's 'Mirror Dance'. Highly recommended."