Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, O.C., Tragedy Khadafi & DJ Revolution guest on this great posse cut from MP's forthcoming 'Port Authority Pt.2'. As you'd expect from everyone involved, totally fuckin' wicked.
The third record from Deep Shit, the unsubtly entitled imprint founded by Jack Savidge from Friendly Fires and Edwin Congreave from Foals, comes from Dubinsky, the nom de plume for former Buzzin' Fly man Chris Woodward and Linas Fresh Tee, the latter of Lithuania. Their last outing saw them on the excellent Drumpoet Community. 'Woman', the title track here, as well as being something of deep, Afro beauty, can be used as a handy test of true friendship. If they don't like it, you don't need them anymore. 'Tespress', on the flip, is also excellent.
Bouncy, squidgy dancefloor Jump Up, a la Heist is the order of the day as the first of the contributions on Co-Lab various artist compilation. SFX fit for a hyped console game are placed next to a heavy and solum church bell, along with other necessary jump up vox featuring 'the robotic male' and 'the orgasmic female groan'. This track has an element of Hazardness about it which of corse can only be a good thing.
PJU have been around for a few years now, had loads of releases on Kitsune and have never put a foot wrong with their output. Each one is a dead cert floor filler and has a hook that reminds you of something that you just can't place, and that's a great trick to know how to use so well. Yet they never really seem to get the recognition they deserve. Let's see if 'Fairlight' can do something to change that.