Boomkat Product Review:
Lil Jabba takes it back to Local Action with a flighty follow-up to his 'Scales' LP and the more recent ace, 'Gully' for True Panther. The '47' EP cycles six triptomatic cuts consolidating coldest instrumental grime, numb trap and dainty footwork with his signature, surreal atmospheres. 'Stalka' starts up with a tetchy trap/grime flex tussling against bittersweet hooks, lush pads; 'Dusty' does footwork tension with stomach-tightening syncopation and soulful swoon. The icy/warm couplet of 'Skates' and 'Tea' check into that same strange, slow and glassy headspace as Mr. Mitch's recent, brilliant debut album, but we're not really feeling that cello and icky strings on 'Silencer'. However 'Murky Moon' brigns us to land with some proper, syrupy future boogie for neptunian holiday resorts.