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Second release on Party Nails and it's more upfront house for the kids and adult that should know better. Rampant kick drums cement all four tracks while a reckless n raw production style gives the necessary cues to lo-fi.
Inventive sampling and wicked lashings of bleep acid keep us on the very edge of our tippy toes, locked into some up-all-nite bounce that refuses to relent.
Favourite track for me is the opener, "Hopin' She's A Freak" which offers a slight update to the booty house blueprint by combining it with a kinda tribal house aesthetic. There's summat for everyone across the four tracks though. Most recommended.
RIYL: Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Sulta Selects, Krystal Klear etc.
Matt says: Fun-lovin and inventive party music for people who like to dance, spin and generally get off their nut in any of the UKs fine subterranean playpens each and every weekend.
A1. Hopin' She's A Freak
A2. Um So
B1. Brown Acid