Quality two-tracker from London pair Swords & Sorcery. 'Rushing' grabs the sample from Bump's '90s classic 'I'm Rushin'', while 'Alchemy' brings some wild and untamed bass.
Haunting and techy with hard hitting, steppy, rolling beat. It's got Dispatch stamped all over it. Starting it's life as twinkling, somber intro with a solitary feel, a loud cargo train shuttles by dropping of some of it's glitchy, blobby load before the track bursts with an understated drop leaving us with the full effect of the raging head nodder. This track is fierce, frantic and frenzied without feeling to violent and threatening.
Despite the predictability of this track, from the lyrical content to the choice of pads and patterns, this little dancefloor number isn't too terrible. It serves its purpose well and unashamedly, and although not generally to the taste of the more seasonal club attendee, it should satisfy the palate of the fresher meat.
Nice, tight 150 seconds of phatness from 9th Wonder on the mix, RBP customarily flowing freaky, 9th pulling all the right simple tricks at all the right moments. Not groundshaking but strangely addictive.