We’re not sure who this 500MB pack is aimed at, and perhaps its creators aren’t either, as they cite three very different genres (UK garage, dubstep and techno) as the styles it draws inspiration from.
Cross-genre packs can be great, but only if they’re top quality. The one-shots here offer only Abstract FX (rather ‘90s-sounding), sub bass hits and ten weak vocal stabs. Beats come as percussive tops and kick loops (some have snares, etc, too), but there are no one-shot drums. There are suspect sample start positions in a few places and the drums are paper thin. That just leaves Textures (more dated FX) and the Tonal Loops, which do have some interesting bits.
It all feels slightly random and sketchy, with not enough attention to detail - even the rhythmic sounds are entitled ‘RYTHM’… ’Nuff said..