Boomkat Product Review:
Maintaining a release schedule that's as relentless as it is satisfying for its legions of followers, Hot Flush return once again with another debut twelve, this time from Nyabingi. "Belgium Chocolate" (Sic) opens the twelve with elongated strings and a melancholy undertone that's at odds with the sound pallette employed - we like this kind of stripped down production, and when the bass wobble finally drops it has all the space it needs in order to flex its substantial low-end credentials. "Cannibal Run" on the flip utilises a spine one notch lower down the bass register, coupled with eerie samples and what sounds like a sampled cello, it makes for uncharectaristically widescreen material from a scene more commonly interested in keeping things hermetically sealed and as dense as possible. Good stuff.