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Boomkat Product Review:
Roska’s alter ego, Bakongo turns out wickedly bare but big-boned, tracky UKF jams for Peverelist’s Livity Sound
Primed for the DJs and dancers to get loose and slinky with, ‘3 x 2’ follows the UKF pioneer’s ace collaboration with NKC on Lava Lava with four from the top shelf of current Afro-house, surely compatible with up-to-the-minute styles on Housupa as much as his vintage Kicks ’n Snares sound.
‘Tribal Warrior’ is a really big one, with powerful subs offset by sparing pads in a way reminding of his classic ‘The Shepherd’, and there’s nagging, laggy edge to the title track that places it close to killer Gqom trax. But if you want that signature Roska Kicks ’n Snares clonk, the swingeing drums and subbass syncopation of ‘Oww’ is a must check.