Boomkat Product Review:
After a deliciously spannered job on “Slavery when wet” for Orac, the Mossa man is back with more rampant choogling split-up-house tec business. Strange vocal edits really translete well in the title cut, and one of those endless unfolding rhythms which work mesmerically well on the floor. “Die Nasty” is a perkier affair, chiming propulsive bass dynamics for the up all night posse, and a deviant funk excursion centre stage. John Tejada and Justin Maxwell deliver a ripping good times clarification of “Black bananas” which is simply perfect for the big systems, and “You don’t know” allows for still more sleep deprivation than is entierly good for any one person.