Tuff like an elephant's ass, straight up solo-Wu vibes on the rhymes, great scratches from DJ Swift — East NYC dark grainy rap brilliance from both veterans and newbies.
A name considered all but lost to the progressive scene returns with a homerun for the formidable Lost & Found stable. Yunus’ original is a sublime deep groover with equal measures of progressive and tech, a versatile record that’ll fit a range of record boxes. That said, it’s near impossible not to be trumped when your label boss Guy J is on remix duties, who turns in a divine rework that’s stupendously deep. Both will put a smile on your dial.
Three tracks of perfectly serviceable booty bass here from Florida's DJ Hero, with the minimal, funky rebel yell of 'Hula Hoop' coming out just ahead of 'Celestial Bodies' chugging breakbeat groove and the chunky drums, pitched-down vocals and brooding low-end of 'Ghetto Stomp'.
This dirty little progressive number from Brisbane producer Rich Curtis features enough chugging, tunneling energy to make his label boss Hernan Cattaneo blush. Impeccably produced and full of old-school charm, expect more where this came from.