Boomkat Product Review:
Oi oi! Zomby pulls up to the darnce on his Warehouse Rave vehicle, giving it up for everything from classic Ragga Twins and horn-heavy ’91 styles to more gee’d and deep jungle ’93 flexes
Playing to his abiding love of the OG formats, he comes with a mix of screwed abstractions and rambunctious ravers’ business, proper, time-stretching space and time and your limbs with a mix of off-the-cuff and feverishly detailed tekkerz bound for a reload.
We’re feeling the screwed, booming breaks, bass, mentams and sound system chat of opener ’Soundbwoy R.I.P. and the speedy dark/light rush of 'Baby', coming off like some zippy clash of early Marvellous Cain and Ray Keith with its sizzling breakage and R&B motif, while ’She Loves Me’ is one of those frustratingly short Zomby cuts that’s here for a good time, not a long time, perhaps best delivered in-the-mix with it’s other half ’She Loves Me Not’.
Back on it!