<Hip Hop / Electronica> High Frequency Bandwidth is an electronic duo comprising of Alex Paterson – yup the man himself, the brain behind The Orb and Dom Beken who has worked with David Bowie and on music production for everything from TV commercials to Bollywood Films. Several tracks have been released digitally prior to this debut album and they also produced the score for the Playstation 3 game PixelJunk Shooter, which recently earned them a BAFTA nomination. On Hell, Fire and Brimstone, Beken and Paterson continue to blend electronic beats and elements of hip-hop, with guest appearances by Funky DL and Dynamax of Zulu Nation. In keeping with their weird titular motif, all tracks on the new record begin with the letters H, F and B, along with almost everything else in the duo’s catalog so far. The 17 tracks on this collection aptly capture the essence of Hell, Fire and Brimstone with edgy, unflinching electronica that cuts to the core with desolate searing soundscapes moving effortlessly from breaks to jungle to hip hop, although it must be added the hip hop is more like electronica with rapping than any normal idea of the genre. This is a great find for anybody after a varied and always interesting concoction of beats, breaks, interesting sounds and some cool rapping.