Belfast's Ejeca drops another slab of simmering toughness, the minimal swing of 'Swey' proving itself thoroughly irresistible, though the synapse-shredding 'Charger' is a piece of work too.
Swiss luminary Deetron, aka Sam Gaiser, unveils the second track on his fledgling Character imprint, following countryman Ripperton dropping the label's opening gambit over the summer. He's not fucking about, as they say. The first few bars, simple yet pounding as they are, seem to hint there's something in the post. It's all almost too simple. Then the piano drops and it's like Underground Resistance in their heyday, Detroit circa 1993 — you're in a warehouse, you've got your top off and you're punching the air. There's even a mucky piano-free dub too. It's just thoroughly brilliant.
"Honestly, the beats these two make together are some of the best I've ever heard."
"Absolutely mind-blowing remix. Amazing song, and Joris does it justice."