The third release from their forthcoming album sees the boys go in tuff with this party-hard dancefloor anthem. The basslines are dark and gnarled and the synths are ascending and hands-in-the-air worthy. The dub sirens and vocal from ‘Mad Hed City’ add a dancehall vibe.
Love the backing cooked up by Gwop Sullivan here — murky but crisp, rippling with congos that sound good enough to be touched by the hand of Master Henry Gibson. Tight and fat beat, two-note bassline, tons of space, tons of percussion — grand to hear Grand Daddy I.U back (anyone remember 'Smooth Assassin' from 1990? You should) and spitting with the nonchalant grace and stealth of a true legend. 'P.I.M.P: Paper Is My Priority' is the album that drops soon and if 'Sasquatch Feet' is anything to go by it should be worth checking out.
Tasty licks, Hendrix-style funk, space-age wibbles, supremely funky board-work from Cookin Soul — pop it in your bag and let the shrimping commence.
Welsh producer Jay Robinson drops a brooding slice of breakbeat electronica, a track that rises up from the depths with lilting pads and an elegant keyboard refrain while deep sub fills out the low-end frequencies. To be honest, the instrumental mix works better than the full vocal cut, the Ragga Twins' energetic toasting seeming strangely out of place over the gentle, mesmerising beats on offer.