Urrgghhh! And that’s pretty much all I can say, this one’s dirty! 'Blackjack' is a screwface riddim through and through. Versatile enough to appeal across the board, it’s filthy enough to slip into the gritty raves like Nu Era or Low Down Deep, but deep and powerful enough to stand out at a Ram or Shogun night. Throughout Rymetime reads the index of a smoker’s encyclopaedia.
Sun-kissed and glorious, sexy and sumptuous, this track's warm, unassuming bass gently teases, while subtle sax notes effortlessly soothe. Performing the seemingly impossible, 'Moving On' is sublimely seductive and provocative but still packs in the power, really giving it to you when it’s needed. True to his unrivalled reputation, Break’s performance delivers once again: clean and precise production, guitar licks and the odd pop of echoed vox, nothing short of spectacular.
"One of the most creative and individual performers on the scene at the moment. Every time Mo plays me a beat it makes me want to write, and seeing him perform live is a glimpse into how in the moment his creative process is."
Heavy, hard and fast. Machinery gone wild. This track literally sounds like the entire electrical contents of your house have joined forces to create some kind of killing appliance army, and they’re coming for you...