- With "Tron," one of Joker's most requested and oft discussed dubplates (up there with "There She Goes" in terms of public demand), the Bristol-based producer comes out flying, bringing back the power, personality and synthesizer heat he stamped on the world with tracks like "Gully Brook Lane" and "Snake Eater."
Hitting hard with his drum work, Joker literally thumps out the kick drums, at the same time making sure the snare drum's tail gets to exhale out over the swelling frequencies. Signifying the drop with a typically tongue-in-cheek tom roll, "Tron" lurches into stabs, winding tighter and scything quicker at the end of each revolution. The whole notion of melody is caked in bass, with the occasional glimpse of glitter before the torrential pads of the breakdown and whale song harmonics ensue. It's a completely explosive and electrifying return for Joker, successfully ensuring all ears will be pricked firmly in his direction come album time later this year.
Digital : Tron (VIP Remix)