Boomkat Product Review:
Soul Motive records engineer another ace collision of styles, digging out tracks from Coleco and Sharmaji for the third release on a label that's proving pleasingly difficult to pin down. Our favourite this time comes from Sharmaji with a tight 2-stepper built from sonorous Bhangra drums initially on an itchy Burial tip, before brukking into a tougher Dusk & Blackdown styled raver, providing tumultuous dancefloor terrain for an excellent vocal from Maggie Horn. Coleco's 'campfire funk' on the flip harks back to the last Soul Motive release from Forsaken, with the unpredictable unison of post-breaks/dubstep rhythms melded to a folksy acoustic guitar line that surely warrants more listens for the sheer experimentalism of it all. For our money, the Coleco track is worth the entrance price alone. Great music, great label.